What is Posturology?

The basic premise of Posturology is that the body receives sensory information from the environment primarily via the feet and eyes (the body’s sensors).

When one of these sensors is not working efficiently, the nervous system cannot extract optimal information to project to the muscular system.

This causes the body adapts to the faulty signals it’s receiving, leading to postural imbalances. The aim of Posturology is to correct errors at these receptor sites, returning the body to proper equilibrium.

What is Posturology?

The basic premise of Posturology is that the body receives sensory information from the environment primarily via the feet and eyes (the body’s sensors).

When one of these sensors is not working efficiently, the nervous system cannot extract optimal information to project to the muscular system.

This causes the body adapts to the faulty signals it’s receiving, leading to postural imbalances. The aim of Posturology is to correct errors at these receptor sites, returning the body to proper equilibrium.

Brain- Body

Our program was designed to teach you how to identify errors in movement that can easily be corrected by improving brain connectivity.


What makes our program unique is that by working on the brain we can strengthen existing connections and create new functional pathways by rerouting signals along a different pathway.

BRAIN-BODY

Muscles respond to the commands of the brain. A brain imbalance leads to a muscle imbalance.

FOOT SENSOR

The weight distribution of your feet changes knee and hip mechanics. Learn more.

EYE SENSOR

The eye muscles tell your brain where your body is in space. Learn more. 

TMJ AND STRENGTH

Recent studies have show that the position of the jaw affects our posture. Learn more.

Tap into the power of your brain

Each time your body moves there are tens of thousands of neurons sending electric signals to your muscles. 

When you move with a misaligned body your neurons are constantly primed and working overtime.

This can eventually lead to training plateaus chronic pain injury and decreased health.

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RESEARCH

Posturepro’s technology is backed up by years of research and science.

Feet and Posture

“Previous work on human postural control of upright stance, performed in the absence of visual and vestibular orientation cues, suggests that somatosensory cues in the feet enable subjects to maintain equilibrium during low-frequency platform tilts.” Maurer, C. et al. (2001). Human balance control during cutaneous stimulation of the plantar soles. Neuroscience Letters, vol 302, pp 45-48.

Eye and Posture

“Painless well patterned vibrations, with an increasing frequency from 10 to 80 Hz, applied to either medial or lateral rectus of a subject’s eye (right, left or both) were found to induce directional perceptual and motor effects which were closely related to the postural context.” Roll, J.P. & Roll, R. (1987). Kinastetic and motor effects of extraocular muscle vibration in man. Selected/Edited Proceedings of the Third European Conference on Eye Movements, pp. 57-68.

The Influence of Dental Occlusion on the Body Balance

“Existing evidence suggests that body balance ability is associated with dental occlusion.” Julià-Sánchez S1, Álvarez-Herms J2, Gatterer H3, Burtscher M4, Pagès T5, Viscor G6.

RESEARCH

Posturepro’s technology is backed up by years of research and science.

Feet and Posture

“Previous work on human postural control of upright stance, performed in the absence of visual and vestibular orientation cues, suggests that somatosensory cues in the feet enable subjects to maintain equilibrium during low-frequency platform tilts.” Maurer, C. et al. (2001). Human balance control during cutaneous stimulation of the plantar soles. Neuroscience Letters, vol 302, pp 45-48.

Eye and Posture

“Painless well patterned vibrations, with an increasing frequency from 10 to 80 Hz, applied to either medial or lateral rectus of a subject’s eye (right, left or both) were found to induce directional perceptual and motor effects which were closely related to the postural context.” Roll, J.P. & Roll, R. (1987). Kinastetic and motor effects of extraocular muscle vibration in man. Selected/Edited Proceedings of the Third European Conference on Eye Movements, pp. 57-68. 

The Influence of Dental Occlusion on the Body Balance

“Existing evidence suggests that body balance ability is associated with dental occlusion.” Julià-Sánchez S1, Álvarez-Herms J2, Gatterer H3, Burtscher M4, Pagès T5, Viscor G6.

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