Das Kiefergelenksyndrom: CMD – Beschwerden, Untersuchungen und Therapien (German Edition) (Original PDF from Publisher)
By Alexander Glück, Viviane Österreicher
The information summarized in this guide about craniomandibular dysfunction (CMD or temporomandibular joint syndrome for short) is by no means part of general knowledge, and in many medical disciplines the knowledge of these connections is only slowly gaining ground. Many unclear complaints can be traced back to the chewing apparatus. The book informs the patient comprehensively about the functional relationships of his own body and its possible disorders.
In addition to the large amount of information contained in this book, you can get an initial picture with a simple self-test – if the function of your chewing apparatus is outside the normal range, you will receive an important indication of where to look further. The functional disorders known as CMD can be largely corrected, or at least mitigated to the extent that the symptoms they cause can be brought under control.
The basis for this is formed by modern and comprehensive diagnostic methods, in which possible accompanying stress factors of everyday life are also recorded. If desired, the CMD examination becomes an inventory of malfunctions, in which the whole person is actually taken into account!
- Publisher : Springer; 1st ed. 2021 edition (November 23, 2021)
- Language : German
- Paperback : 152 pages
- ISBN-10 : 3662634546
- ISBN-13 : 978-3662634547
- ISBN-13 : 9783662634547
- eText ISBN: 9783662634554