Inventor and Designer of Postural Control Insoles

Increased Intracranial pressure gradients can alter brain wave activity

Changes in the position of the cranial bones can increase Intracranial pressure gradients.

Below are qEEGs scans taken from the same patient, on the same day, With and Without Proprioceptive Insoles.  This patient was diagnosed as having the PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity.

Common mental symptoms in Chronic Pain Patients:

  • Severe Depression (suicidal thoughts),
  • Changes in memory 
  • Obsessive thinking (Busy Mind Syndrome)

In the above patient, all of these symptoms dramatically decreased while wearing his insoles!   These improvements directly correlated to the changes in the patient's qEEG readings:

  • Hyperactivity in Theta (see Absolute Power) associated with Depression - Decreased
  • Hyperactivity in Beta Wave (12Hz) associated with Busy Mind Syndrome - Decreased

In a paper I published in Cranio (2013), radiographic changes in the position of the cranial bones were measured while wearing Proprioceptive Insoles.

Proprioceptive Insoles modulate Brain (Neural) Activity

Red = Hyperactivity

qEEG Studies

The changes in the qEEGs readings (neural activity) correlate closely to the clinical changes observed in the patient while wearing his proprioceptive insoles.