Joint Vibration Analysis is based on simple principles of motion and friction: When smooth surfaces rub together, little friction is created…and little vibration. If these surfaces become rough, then friction and vibration are created when these surfaces articulate. The JVA is a series of extremely sensitive sensors that measure movement in 4-dimensional space. The movement becomes translated into a digital signal and displayed as simple data in the BioPAK™ software.
Jaw joint vibrations have been researched deeply with thousands of documented cases of various dysfunction. The BioJVA and a little practice can help you as a doctor to identify disturbances that match up to various types of dysfunction found on the Pieper scale of jaw joint dysfunction.