TMJ 'dysfunction' - Health implications

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PostPosted: Tue, 07 Dec 2021, 9:36 pm 
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Linguistic and attention issues and Autism
Dr. Amir began his treatment upon my son, Aaron, 9 years ago. Aaron was just 6 years old at the time and had some developmental problems attributed to a lack of oxygen at birth, which left him with linguistic and attention issues and being considered autistic.

Since Dr. Amir examined Aaron and fitted a brace, we have found Aaron to improve in energy levels and to be able to sleep well, concentrate more and has since embraced many sports. My Wife and I had no idea that simply tinkering with the jaw could have such a profound effect. Aaron still wears a brace that is frequently resized and adjusted when required.

He has now flourished into a handsome, strapping young man. We are so glad that we did not go down the conventional orthodontic route of pulling the upper teeth back, but rather pulling the bottom jaw forward.

I write this review with the utmost gratitude to Dr. Amir and his team and recommend him highly to help solve any medically undetermined issues, as we clearly now believe that one's body must be treated as a whole rather than symptomatically.

Aggy Akhtar. August 2018

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