HOW TO MEASURE?
- To measure your feet, stand on a level floor with the back of your heels against a straight edge or wall.
- Take the measurement (in millimeters) from the wall to the end of the longest toe (see image below). This is your foot length measurement.
- Selecting a shoe size: If your foot measurement is halfway between sizes, select the larger size.
Address brain-body communication, postural ailments, injury prevention, and teach your brain proper-movement patterns as a long-term solution (even after wear)
Low Back Support:
Address brain-body communication and improve back stability/strength.
Address brain-body communication, and injury prevention.
Upper Back Strength:
Address brain-body communication and target rounded shoulders/strengthen upper back.
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Q: How much does shipping cost?
A: Shipping is FREE to all locations in the USA when ordering 3+ insoles. Expedited shipping is available for a small additional fee which will be displayed upon checkout.
Q: Do you ship to PO Boxes or Military APO/FPO addresses?
A: Yes, we ship to both PO boxes and Military APO/FPO addresses.
Q: Do you ship to Alaska or Hawaii?
A: Yes we do! Please follow the checkout process for exact shipping times.
Q: How long will it be before I receive my order?
A: For standard shipping, please allow 1 day for processing and 5-7 business days for shipping. Please allow additional time for shipments to U.S. Territories and PO Boxes. For expedited shipping, the delivery time will be displayed on checkout.
Q: Why do you not offer free shipping in Canada?
A: Canada Post is notoriously expensive due to unions, population size and things out of our control. For this reason, we need to charge shipping. In fact, we cover a large portion of the Canadian shipping costs to alleviate the burden on our Canadian customers.
Q: How long will it be before I receive my order?
A: For Canada Post Expedited Parcel, please allow 1 day for processing and 5-7 business days for shipping. For Canada Post Xpresspost and Canada Post Priority, please allow 1 day for processing and 1-3 business days for shipping. Canada post only offers business day parcel pick up, therefore any orders placed on the weekend will be processed on Monday. If Monday falls on a public holiday, then it will be processed on Tuesday.
Q: Will my Canadian Order have duties and Taxes?
A: No, we ship from Canada so you will not have any additonal charges after your checkout.
Q: Why is my order taking longer than quoted at checkout?
A: Unfortunately, we have no control over the delivery time that is quoted at checkout once it is in the hands of Canada Post. We have seen shipping delays during peak time such as holidays as well as during the Covid 19 Pandemic. We will always do our best to work with Canada Post and yourself to ensure a succesful timely delivery.
Q: Do you ship internationally?
A: Yes we do!
Q: Can you tell me more details regarding the different shipping options
A: Absolutely! All our shipments go through DHL, Fedex or Canada Post. Based on you location you will be given the best options available during checkout.
Q: Are there Duties and Taxes on international shipments?
A: Yes. Each country has different tariff charges which we have no control over, but it's likely you will be charged a duty and tax rate on your international shipment.
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I got the foot activation first and was very satisfied. Now, these insoles take it to a whole new level. I am a back pain victim for the last 10 years. I swear since I have worn these, nothing. I am not sure what to say other than, thankyou!!
These insoles changed my life! I am a MMA fighter who never cared about posture, recently I received a terrible back injury. I got these insoles and let me tell you I’ve never felt better. Since this pandemic started I’ve forced myself to focus on my body and I definitely needed a boost! I’ve been able to increase my training and feel my posture is much better. Thank you so much for bringing this to light I’m so grateful and excited to finally bring my body to tip top shape before my next bout! Thank you!
Feedback from the skin of your feet is your brain’s primary source of sensory input. Scientists estimate that 100,000 to 200,000 receptors in the sole of each foot supply sensory (proprioception) input to your brain.
Experiments show that when you inhibit sensory information from the feet, people have problems maintaining stability and maintaining balance.
On the other hand, when you increase sensory information from the feet, people waste less energy and are better balanced.
The Therapeutic insoles use frequency and texture. Both these forms of sensory feedback have a role to play in the body’s aim to maintain its center of gravity within the base of support.
HOW DO THEY WORK?
The therapeutic insoles provide 24/7 sensory input to your nervous system. This constant stimulation allows the brain to create new neural networks to help you out of poor postural habits.
The Therapeutic Insoles work with the speed of the nervous system allowing us to adjust gait within milliseconds to make movements fluid and safe.
Most importantly, the resonator stimulates the receptors in your feet on a consistent basis whether you’re weight-bearing or not!
Here’s how they work:
1. The signal from the skin of your feet travels to your brain through channels known as the ascending sensory pathways.
2. This signal arrives in your sensory cortex, located in your parietal lobe.
3. It is then transmitted to the motor cortex located in the frontal lobe.
4. This is where your brain plans the execution of movement.
5. This optimized signal allows for accurate movement and proper alignment.
HOW YOUR FEET AFFECT ALIGNMENT
Foot posture can affect the alignment of your lower limbs because your feet guide the movement of your whole body. When foot posture is unbalanced, all joints above the ankle will be compromised—leading to postural and muscular imbalances.
After 365 days, this irregular muscle tension becomes "acquired," and your brain is no longer able to reverse the process. Once a compensatory pattern has been present for more than a year, the lower extremity's foot and tissues (fasciae) are now adapted in a compensatory pattern.
A simple test can be performed to test for any imbalances between the left foot and the right foot:
– stand up and look straight ahead.
– without shifting your gaze, slightly lift one foot off the floor.
– pay attention to what the weight-bearing foot is doing. It will either pronate or supinate.
– repeat the test with the opposite foot.
– if the results are different, you may have a foot imbalance.