Yoshiro Fujii: Dental Treatment with a Gold Alloy Cast Crown for Severe Lumbago. Open Journal of Stomatology,2019. 9 (2):21-27.
The patient was a 41-year-old woman experiencing severe lumbago for several years.
The physician-in-charge referred her for dental treatment
because examination did not reveal any specific abnormality in her lower back.
Prior to the treatment, the patient could barely bend forward and backward
because of serious back pain.
Her body flexibility and lower back pain improved when a gold alloy cast crown
was placed near her feet. However, when the crown was covered with aluminum foil,
it was again very difficult for her to bend her body forward and backward.
These results suggested that her body reacted positively
because good electromagnetic waves emitted by the crown were absorbed by the body.
The alloy used to make the crown was chosen using the Bi-Digital O-Ring Test.
Moreover, the shape, contact strength, and occlusion (biting condition) of the crown
were also determined by the Bi-Digital O-Ring Test. After the crown was placed on her upper right first molar,
her lumbago completely disappeared and did not recur for >5 years of follow-up.
The effectiveness of electromagnetic waves on the condition of the body,
as in this case, has not often been acknowledged in modern medicine,
and the underlying mechanism remains unclear; therefore, further research is required.
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