This paper deals with the methods of determining the priorities that the body exhibits in the sequence with which corrections should be made. The use of a dental splint shows us that many of our kinesiological findings are really nothing more than compensations for more basic problems. Herein the guidelines are laid down for the sequence in which the body corrections should be made.
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