This is not a scientific article or a research paper; it is neither a case review nor report on a clinical procedure. This article is the culmination of six decades of involvement in the health profession from a number of aspects, the last 20 years having been devoted to the relationship between Posture, Behavior, Breathing, Dentistry, Orthodontics and Sleep Disorders and establishing relationships, causal and consequential, which ultimately result in dysfunction in one form or another.

It is not possible to see what you don’t know or understand, and with all of us, what we see and understand is usually the outcome of what we have studied and have spent a large part of our lives doing.

There are two components to every consultation: The symptoms attached to the patient, and the patient attached to the symptoms. Both require equal attention if the outcome is to be optimal, stable and result in a healthy balanced resolution.

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