No Insole

Symmetrical  Internal Rotation

  • Determine the Etiology(s)/Location(s) of the Postural Distortional Pattern
  • ​Determine the Strength of Signal to be incorporated into Proprioceptive Insole

Record your findings using Chart Below

Interpreting Neural Results

Pure Postural Patterns

  • Only one Pattern tests positive
  • Easier to Treat

Mixed Postural Patterns

  • More than one Pattern tests positive
  • More difficult to treat

Location of Pattern Tested

1.  Testing for Distortional Patterns (which patterns are present in patient)

     Patient supine on table (when mouth is closed, make sure teeth contact)

     Test for All Four Distortional Patterns.  Use Chart below to record your findings (under No Insole heading).

Negative LRT 

  • Distortional Pattern is not Present 

Positive LRT   -  

  • Distortional Pattern is Present

2.  Testing for Strength of Signal 

Patient Supine, 3.5mm Insole placed on patient's abdomen

  • Test all Distortional Patterns present using that strength insole

Patient Supine, 6.0mm Insole placed on patient's abdomen

  • Test all Distortional Patterns present using that strength insole

Patient Supine, 9.0mm Insole placed on patient's abdomen

  • Test all Distortional Patterns present using that strength insole​​


Interpreting Results





Insole compensates/clears pattern tested






Insole does not compensate/does not clear pattern tested

Rothbart's Neural (Leg Rotation) Test - Used to:

Have Patient

Asymmetrical  Internal Rotation

Rule of Thumb

  • Use the lowest signal strength (mm thickness) that clears (tests negative) for as many present patterns as possible