Chronic infectious foci
The term "disruptive field" comes from complementary medicine and refers to a structural change. They can be scars, breaks or ruptures, or even psychological traumas.
In the mouth, disruptive fields can relate to :
- Periodontal disease
- Mercury amalgams
- Metal alloys
- Titanium implants
- Devitalized teeth
- Degenerative fatty osteolysis of the jaw (ODGM),also known as NICOs.
Disturbing fields can impact on our health at a distance in terms of joints, neurology, oncology, etc.... Blood tests can be used in addition to clinical and radiological diagnosis to show whether the toxicity associated with the disruptive field has gone further than the local stage to reach systemic toxicity.
We can use neural therapy to identify disruptive fields in the mouth and to show their influence at a distance.