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prevention International magazine for oral health No. 1, 2017

science | matrix-rythm therapy Do you still remember from dental school that muscles constantly vibrate by tensing and relaxing in a specific rhythm? This micro activity activates the musculoskeletal system’s metabolism and prevents illness. If this harmonic and rhythmic metabolism is no longer in balance, it may result in a number of different symptoms. Successful prevention involves an understanding of oral microbiology and the musculoskeletal system—a concept that Dr Ulrich Randoll has combined into a revolutionary new therapy. Healing by relieving muscular congestion AUTHOR: BY DENTAL TRIBUNE INTERNATIONAL / DR ULRICH RANDOLL Dr Ulrich Randoll T he area of liquid around our cells and organs, the extracellular matrix, is a component of the body’s connective tissue, which makes up a large part of our body. That is where collagen fibres are found. Connective tissue is full of nerve pathways, which direct nerve signals. To keep cells healthy, the extracellular liquid depends on the permeability and transportability of this transit space. Illnesses are errors in cell logistics. Cells that have become biologically unbalanced experience congestion and a decel- eration in their extracellular matrix. This means that the af- fected areas of these cells no longer have a sufficient supply. These illnesses or disruptions to the body’s processes lead back to cellular regulation level. Essentially, the well-being of each cell depends on its environment. “Pain and loss of mobility ultimately result from problems in cell logistics. This is the tissue crying out for oxygen,” ex- plained doctor and dentist Dr Ulrich Randoll. The cell does not have enough oxygen to create energy. The musculature suffers from a lack of oxygen, meaning it can no longer relax, so it stays constricted and becomes gradually harder. This results in a lack of elasticity and the pressure on the vessels 62 issue #1

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