The Postural Insoles stimulate the receptors of the skin of the foot, decrease postural sways and activates postural chains by improving the unconscious proprioception via the spinocerebellar pathway.
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There is a powerful sensory connection between the feet in the brain. The feet are actually part of how your brain sees movement. Experiments show that when you inhibit sensory information from the feet people have problems maintaining stability and have problems maintaining balance.
Information from the soles of our feet informs the brain (sensory cortex) about our body's position in space.
This information is then sent to the posterior thalamus, ventroposterior lateral nucleus (VPL), and to the cerebellum, which is part of the unconscious proprioception.
Both pathways then project onto parts of the brain that are responsible for stabilizing posture (pre motor cortex) and controlling movement (motor cortex).
Because the insoles work with the movement center of the brain (cerebellum and basal ganglia), the speed at which the changes occur is very quick. We can see changes in alignment, stability, and pain reduction.
Impressive results have also been seen in the case of serious neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, Cerebral Palsy, stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, and Cavernous Angioma.
Proprioceptors and exteroceptors in the feet play an important role in postural control.
The aim of postural insoles is to change the way your brain communicates with your muscles.
They do so by allowing each foot to send the same information to the brain.
This information starts in the skin’s mechanoreceptors and is then transmitted to the brainstem, the thalamus, and then to the somatosensory cortex to shape motor development and coordination; this information is then transmitted to the frontal lobe and to the motor cortex for execution of movement
Actually, the insoles are quite inexpensive. Consider this: the body utilizes information from two sensors to create its strategy to stand upright. 50% of this input comes from the position of the feet as they contact the ground. How much is a technology that instantly corrects foot misalignment worth? This technology actually stimulates the individuals’ nervous system to correct all of the muscle imbalances at all joints that are the resultant of a faulty stance. If this fact alone represents 50% of the reasons why you have consulted any specialist in the past, how much is that worth? We, at Posturepro, believe that it is worth this price, which is just about the investment required for 5-6 physiotherapy sessions which are bound to remedy none of the issues the patient is consulting for.
The two metals that make up the frequency resonator allow 90H to be produced when they come in contact with the middle part of the foot, as there is an exchange between the body’s frequency and the frequency resonator contained in the insoles. 90H happens to be the frequency that best stimulates the exteroceptors of the skin of the foot, which the CNS uses to create a strategy to stand upright.
The postural insoles, contrary to traditional insoles or orthotics, do not aim to tilt the osseous bodies; rather, they trigger a stimulation effect of the flexor chains through reflex pathways.
The insoles differ from orthotics in many ways. First, the insoles stimulate two struc tures of the foot that contribute to stability and mobility of the body: the skin and the muscles of the foot. In that sense, the goal of the insole is not to move bony pieces, which differentiates them from orthotics.
Via stimulation of skin and muscles, the insoles role is a stimulation of the nervous system (supra-segmental and segmental) to allow the body to create a postural response that is the most economical, hence the gain in postural alignment.