What I've learned in the last two years following Emma's Treatment with Dr Amir is TMJ, jaw and other alignments can be so subtle that's it's difficult to provide anything visual that could be considered measurable.
Of course, if you've had an physical accident or have an obvious over or underbite there's clearly a chance that problem exists.
Whilst sat in Amir's waiting room I have spoken with a patient of his who had what would generally be considered perfect teeth and a "TV" smile. Yet they found they had alignment issues that Amir was able to treat.
What Dr Amir does, courts controversy, even in the world of dentistry Amir is considered somewhat alternative. He is wholly against extraction treatment of any kind if it can be avoided.
There is no prescribed set treatment for each patient. In Emma's case her body "tells" Amir if what he's doing is right or not, symptoms such as neuralgia, pins and needles, foot drop, gait imbalance etc etc improve or worsen (sometimes within hours or minutes) as adjustments are made to her appliances.
Of course, explaining the treatment in a manner such as this opens it up for all sort of claims and rebuttals. Amir (and me come to think of it) have taken a great deal of flak for publicly discussing his treatments openly, which becomes extremely tiresome and wearing. Especially when the flak comes from institutions and members of institutions that claim to be supporting MS sufferers.
Sadly, for those not able to visit Amir in London, he seems to be quite unique. Two years on and I understand why what he does would be difficult to teach to anyone else, never mind someone actually interested in doing it.
Here are some comments from a few of his patients. http://dramir.com/testimonials.php?t=18