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    Information pursuant to Legislative decree N. 196/2003 on protection of Privacy
    In compliance with current laws, we would like to inform you that in accordance with Legislative Decree n.196 of 30 June 2003 (and subsequent amendments) the data you provide shall be processed always taking into account the obligations and in compliance with the laws indicated above. Pursuant to article 4, paragraph 1, letter A, of Legislative Decree n. 196 of 30 June 2003 (commonly referred to as the “Privacy Code”) processing shall be considered as: “any operation or set of operations which is performed upon personal data, whether or not by automatic means, such as collection, recording, organization, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination, blocking, erasure or destruction”.

    Data controller
    The data controller of the data you provide is BTS S.p.A. with headquarters in viale Forlanini 40, 20024 Garbagnate Milanese (MI).
    Purposes of the processing
    In accordance with Legislative Decree n. 196 of 30 October 2004, we would like to inform you that by filling out and submitting this form the following will be accepted: The data collected by means of this form shall be used by BTS S.p.A.:
    1. to provide education and information materials (newsletters) to subscribers who entered their email address;
    2. to perform, in general, the obligations required by law.

    Moreover, we would like to inform you that the data you provide shall also be used according to the procedures and purposes described hereunder in points 3, 4, and 5:
    to elaborate statistical and market studies and research;

    3. to send advertising and/or informative material on new products and services of BTS S.p.A. and/or third parties with which BTS S.p.A. has signed commercial and/or marketing agreements;
    4. to send communications and/or commercial information on the products and services of BTS S.p.A. and/or third parties with which BTS S.p.A. has signed commercial and/or marketing agreements;
    5. Education and/or information (newsletters) materials shall be sent free of charge to the email address indicated.

    Data processing procedures
    Personal data shall be processed using suitable tools to guarantee its security and confidentiality, with and without the help of automatic means to store, manage, and transmit the data.
    At any time, you may cancel the consent given and/or object to the processing of your data, by sending notice to the data controller of your personal data by registered letter, fax, or email to our addresses. In compliance with the provisions of article 7 and 8 of Legislative Decree n. 196 of 30 June 2003, we would like to inform you that you are entitled to:
    - know the existence of your personal data, which must be made available in an intelligible form;
    - know the origin of your personal data;
    - know the purposes and procedures of the processing;
    - know the logic applied in the event of processing with the use of electronic instruments;
    - know the identification information of the data controller;
    - know the subjects or the categories of subjects to whom the personal data can be communicated;
    - updating, rectification, or integration of your personal data;
    - cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or block your data, for which processing has not been properly authorised.
    - to object to the processing of data for legitimate reasons, even if pertinent to the purposes of their collection;
    - to object to the processing of data required for sending advertising material or for the purposes of commercial information.

    For any communication, request and other, the interested parties can contact the Data Controller of personal data by writing to BTS S.p.A. viale Forlanini 40, 20024 Garbagnate Milanese (MI) – to the attention of the Data Processor Mr. Fabio Rossi.
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Sports Injury Lab




The Dutch SportsInjuryLab was founded 9 years ago and specialized in scientific research of sports injury susceptibility. The starting point for our research program was to investigate the imbalance between the (mostly hidden) tooth and TMJ (SumDental©) problems on one hand and injury susceptibility and (re)injuries of the musculoskeletal problems on the other hand. These relationships and interactions were presented by us at the 3rd World Conference on Science and Soccer (2012, Ghent, Belgium). For more scientific understanding in this regard, we expect to publish extensively in one of the leading British journals, BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation. We are starting our BTS project: ‘Associations Between the Stomatognathic Adaptive Motor System (SMAS) and Sports (re)Injuries in Elite Athletes’ in January 2015 in collaboration with the Physical Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Faculty, Ghent University Hospital (Belgium). 120 subjects in the test group will be selected from football players and other top athletes (M/F).

It is well known that the dental occlusion has a postural influence and plays a big part in the neurological balance of muscular and postural systems. There appears to exist a relationship within the body between the dental occlusion and injury or re-injury symptoms when a dysfunctional occlusion (malocclusion) creates effects throughout the body. This study examines the correlation between occlusal function and the tendency to an increase in sports injury and re-injury susceptibility. The researchers would expect the tendency for sports re-injuries and increased sports injury susceptibility to be closely related to the dental occlusion and spatial awareness of the entire body. The functional information is collected and measured on the neuromuscular alterations induced by occlusal contact.

The starting point in this study is the stomatognathic motor adaptive syndrome (SMAS) according to Douglas, C.R, et. al. which describes the motor response and the adaptive processes it induces. Malocclusion causes the mandible to move laterally, or more commonly distally, in order to reach an intercuspal position. Condylar displacements are a result of these movements. Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) receptors respond to the capsular mechanical stress and the information reaches the trigeminal sensory nuclei. The modified mandibular position seems to be important and may interfere with catecholaminergic neurotransmission in the basal ganglia. The main motor responses are increased jaw muscle tone, decreased velocity of movements and reduced coordination. So we have to examine:

  • The Impact of occlusion on the musculoskeletal and postural system.
  • The interrelationship between malocclusions and ‘soft tissue’ sports (re)injuries (injury history) 
  • The relationship between malocclusion and sports injury susceptibility.

  • Examination will measure the plantar activity (COF or Centre of Force) by using a pressure platform as well as the dental malocclusion by recording EMG activity of the masseters and temporalis muscles (left and right) via the MC wireless measure system of BTS TMJOINT. This technology involves surface electromyographic analysis to measure the differential influence of the occlusal function using indices validated and published in scientific literature. A special feature of this system is the standardization of the electromyographic signal that is provided by the comparison between two clenching tests. The first test with cotton rolls between the upper and lower back teeth the second test without. This method allows the elimination of problems associated with the wrong positioning of the electrodes, of the different impedance of the patient’s skin and the differences of muscular tropism making it accurate and repeatable.



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