SERIES II

Change in Signal Strength to the Cerebellum resulted in an:

  • Elimination of the Forward Body Sway Pattern - Ear directly over lateral malleolus
  • Immediate reduction in the patient's musculoskeletal pain.  

Note the unconscious change in the patient's countenance.

Key factors in determining when the signal strength needs to be changed

  • (1) patient's weekly pain profile updates 
  • (2) Results of computer postural analyses

Changing global postural alignment by via reprogramming the cerebellum, done in stages (incrementally).  Otherwise, unpleasant side effects may occur which can interefere or subterfuge the proprioceptive therapy.


SERIES #1

Results of computerized postural analyses determine the type and strength of signal in the patient's Series I proprioceptive insoles (See Animation A below).  

Immediate automatic improvement in the patient's plane postural alignment:

  • Decrease in forward body sway pattern
  • Immediate attenuation of chronic musculoskeletal pain

PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity

Series Therapy - Reprogramming the Cerebellum

For approximately four months the patient reported a continuous improvement (decrease) in musculoskeletal pain.  

Then, abruptly, no further improvement was reported and pain symptoms increased. 

This is a key indication (sign) that the signal to the cerebellum requires recalibration.