Sensorimotor orthotics therapy Diagnosis from Sensorimotor Experts

The Diagnosis from Sensorimotor Experts also known as foot pressure measurement Analysis of foot pressure and the arch of the foot Measurement of the temporomandibular joint function and jaw muscles three-dimensional measurement of the spine

More than three-quarters of all patients in an orthopaedic office suffer from functional muscle tension disorders from the foot to the head. Sensorimotor specialized insoles improve the function of foot muscles: muscle tension and pain in the musculoskeletal system dissolves and a balanced, centred posture can be restored. The basis for the insoles is the analysis of the patient’s muscle function, stasis and motor functions by a specialist doctor.

Diagnosis and therapy

Using integrated muscle function tests, your responsible sensorimotor expert can detect existing malfunctions. Special measuring systems and image-based examination methods support the diagnosis and, in the course of therapy, verify the effectiveness of the insoles for:


Pedobarography = Sensors present the foot pressure measurements as a colour code or a three-dimensional pressure chart.

Pedobarography, also known as foot pressure measurement, shows the stress that’s placed on the foot through the sole’s step surface. Through sensory pressure measurement, the foot’s individual pressure-bearing points and their distribution patterns are accurately presented. Sensorimotor insoles can therefore be precisely determined based on pressure relief zones.

The sensorimotor insoles enable a targeted pressure relief and stimulation of the foot’s muscles.


Podoscope = Analysis of foot pressure and the arch of the foot

The podoscope is an illuminated, mirrored glass top that visualizes the foot’s stress areas. The orthopaedist uses the podoscope to diagnose feet with weaknesses and damage as well as resulting stasis changes throughout the entire body.

The strengthening of the foot’s muscles through sensorimotor insoles is clearly visible with the podoscope.

EMG Measurement

EMG Measurement = Measurement of the temporomandibular joint function and jaw muscles

Electromyography (EMG) is an electrophysiological method for measuring muscle tension. The figure shows a typical measurement of temporomandibular joint dysfunction muscles.

The EMG may show, for example, the successful change in tension of the jaw muscles by wearing MEDREFLEXX insoles.

3D Spine Measurement

3D Spine Measurement = three-dimensional measurement of the spine

The three-dimensional measurement of the spine displays body posture without using radiation. The measuring system captures functional relationships between the head, trunk, pelvis and feet.

Changes in the body’s posture through sensorimotor insoles are thereby scientifically detectable.

Modern research methods document the course of treatment and prove the success of the therapy.