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).

Knee Bend Test

Mixed (Skewed) Postural Distortional Pattern

  • Rothbarts Foot and MalOcclusion (or Cranial Torsions)