Effects of intervertebral disc disorders of low back on the mandibular kinematic: kinesiographic study

@inproceedings{Spadaro2013EffectsOI,
  title={Effects of intervertebral disc disorders of low back on the mandibular kinematic: kinesiographic study},
  author={Alessandro Spadaro and Irma Ciarrocchi and Chiara Masci and Vincenzo Cozzolino and Annalisa Monaco},
  booktitle={BMC Research Notes},
  year={2013}
}
Intervertebral disc disorders are one of the most common causes of low back pain. Neuromuscular dysfunction frequently is present in patients with lumbar disc herniation. When considering joint dysfunction, it is important to remember that the spine functions as a unit. Dysfunction on one level can trigger compensatory changes in other spinal levels or in other areas of the musculoskeleton. Findings demonstrated the relationship between stomatognathic and postural systems justifying the… CONTINUE READING
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