ACOM ~ The Montorsi Method Soulet-Besombes

  The ACOM Method ~
devised by Dr. Adriano Montorsi

 Professor of Postural Gnathology
 
 Masters in Posturology
 Masters in Methodological Specialisations in Posturology
 1°
Faculty of Medicine & Surgery, University "La Sapienza" of Rome, Italy

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MONTORSI CRANIO OCCLUSAL HARMONIZERS (ACOM)



Information about the Montorsi Method with Clinical Cases : Part III

PART 1 PART 2 PART 3 PART 4 PART 5

the equilibrium of the mouth, body and psyche 
(resolvable associated symptoms)

Our vision of the equilibrium of the mouth is confirmed by observation of the correlation between a mouth not in equilibrium and various kinds of diseases such as:

Headache,
backache,
joint pain,
slipped disc,
scoliosis, Kyphosis, Lordosis,
injury prone athletes,
stress,
depression,
angina,
ENT problems, tonsillitis, Otitis, Pharyngitis,
asthma,
tinnitus,
eczema,
dermatitis,
sleep disorders, nightmares,
concentration difficulties,
dyslexia,
allergies,
dizziness,
ATM disorders, TMJ disorders

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Riccardo V. (19 yrs.)
start of therapy

Riccardo V.
after 4 months

Riccardo V.
after 10 months

The Montorsi Method is suitable for children and adults where the same sensational results are achieved as well as very frequent remission of symptoms.


The occlusion is also modified in a positive way, even in cases previously treated with long term orthodontics with no stable or satisfactory results such as the three cases below where we see images after several years of orthodontics and results in less than two years of therapy with the Montorsi Cranio Occlusal Harmonizer [ACOM].

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Martina S. (16 yrs.), after
4 years of orthodontia

Alberto C. (39 yrs.),
start of ACOM therapy

Patrizia D. (39 yrs.),
after orthodontic therapy

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Martina S. after
18 months of ACOM

Alberto C. after
16 months of ACOM

Patrizia D. after
19 months of ACOM

Furthermore there is a tendency to apply orthodontic braces on children at very early ages under the pretence of carrying out "interceptive orthodontics", but this practice. . .

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