Inventor and Designer of Postural Control Insoles

Cranial Homeostasis (Mechanics)  and Resulting Descending Postural Pattern

Cranial (Sphenoid) Pathomechananics - Pure Descending Postural Distortion Patterns

  • One foot pronated, the other foot supinated is pathognomic of a Descending Postural Distortion Patterrn

(1) Left Sphenoid Torsion ( left pupil lower than right pupil)

  • Rotates occiput into a right torsion
  • Spinal fascia (dura) twists
  • Pelvis unlevels (tilts right)
  • Functional long right leg
  • Standing:  Right foot pronated, Left foot supinated‚Äč

This patient underwent dental reconstruction at the conclusion of her proprioceptive therapy.

The dentist thought the proprioceptive insoles would have no impact on his work.

He was wrong!  At the end of her SIII Tx her posture was corrected and stable

When the dentist changed her occlusion, her posture deteriorated.

Cranial Mechanics in Homeostasis

  • No Cranial Imbalances or Torsions
  • No Abnormal torsion on the dural meninges
  • No alteration in pelvic mechanics - pelvis is level (legs are level)
  • No alteration in foot mechanics

(2)  Right Sphenoid Torsion (right pupil lower than left pupil)

       Mirror image of the Left Sphenoid Torsion

  • Rotates occiput into a left torsion
  • Spinal fascia (dura) twists
  • Pelvis unlevels (tilts left)
  • Functional long left leg
  • Standing:  Left foot pronated, Right foot supinated

Cranial Mechanics

Example:  Head trauma resulting in a Sphenoid Torsion