During the posturological examination, an observation of your posture both static and dynamic will be made

In 80% of the cases, the foot is adaptive compared to the upper floors with a predominance of repercussions on the walking of the hip then the knee and then the ankle. The foot is one of the main organs for postural balance through the finesse of its proprioceptive sensors.

The objective of the postural examination is to determine the defective postural entry (vestibular, visual, musculoskeletal disorder) requiring specific management.

As a function, adapted soles are made in order to rebalance the posture. Regular monitoring can then assess their contribution.