Standing - Knees Straight

  •         Left Foot Supinated
  •         Right Foot Normal (STJ Congruous)

Standing - Knees Bent

  • Both Feet Pronated


Interpretation of KBT Findings

A  foot (e.g., left) that is supinated with the knees straight, but pronated with the knees bent is consistent with dentalorcranial  pathomechanics.

A foot (e.g., right) in its anatomical neutral position with the knees straight, but pronated with the knees bent is consistent with Rothbarts Foot.


Mixed (Skewed) postural distortional pattern 

A skewed postural distortional pattern resulting from distorted postural signals originating in both the feet and occlusion (or cranial torsions).

Inventor and Designer of Postural Control Insoles

Knee Bend Test

Mixed (Skewed) Postural Distortional Pattern

  • Rothbarts Foot and MalOcclusion (or Cranial Torsions)