To reveal your future
Throw out your crystal ball
What your feet look like
Will truly tell you all
Your future is not in your hands, but in your feet. The reason is because your foot structure determines how your entire body functions.
If your foot structure is ‘normal’ this means that correct signals will be sent from your feet to your brain. Your brain will automatically adjust your posture into a correctly aligned position. Good posture allows your entire body to function in its optimal state. When your body is functioning well, it makes life all so much easier. For example:
You will be good looking. Have you ever noticed that people with good posture naturally look better? Have you ever seen an ugly ballet dancer?
Your relationships with others will run more smoothly. Though there are many factors that determine the success of relationships, one thing is for sure – when your body feels good you’re happier and you can give more of yourself to others.
Your profession will be more rewarding. Though there are many factors that determine success in a given profession, the mental and physical ability to concentrate and spend time and energy doing what needs to be done in order to accomplish your goals, certainly goes a long way to ensure success.
What Your Feet Look Like Can Reveal A Long Hard Road
If you have a Rothbarts Foot or PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity, you are in for a rough ride. The reason is because these two abnormal foot structures create bad posture and all the chronic symptoms that go along with it.
If you have one of these common abnormal foot structures, your feet will send distorted signals to your brain. Your brain will automatically adjust your posture into a misaligned position (bad posture). And it will stay that way unless something is done to permanently realign your posture into a better position.
Bad posture creates havoc in your body. Your joints are misaligned, your muscles are tense, your internal organs are compressed and displaced and nothing works as it should.
So what does this say about the aesthetics of your body, your relationships, your profession and your health? If you have a Rothbarts Foot or PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity, you probably already know the answer.
So how do we change our imminent future?
Knowing that what your feet look like – are they a Rothbarts Foot or PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity – is the first step to finding out the probable cause of your chronic muscle and joint pain and effectively treating it. Discover how you can change your future here. Happily, sometimes there is a happy ever after.
Reading the Curing Chronic Pain website will give you more information about the abnormal foot structures Professor/Dr. Rothbart discovered that cause many forms of chronic muscle and joint pain and help you determine whether an Initial Phone Consultation with him might be helpful.
For a more complete explanation of the Rothbarts Foot and PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity, read: Abnormal Foot Structures That Cause Chronic Pain.
To find out if you may have one of two common inherited, abnormal foot structures that cause chronic muscle and joint pain, take the Rothbarts Foot Questionnaire.
As you learn more about Professor/Dr. Rothbart’s innovative therapy, you may find that addressing and effectively treating your foot structure may be the missing link to ending your long time battle with unrelenting muscle and joint pain.
If you have questions about what’s involved in being treated with Rothbart Proprioceptive Therapy by long distance, see our FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) Page by clicking here.
If you would like to contact Professor/Dr. Rothbart regarding an appointment to resolve your chronic muscle and joint pain, click here. http://curingchronicpain.com/schedule-an-initial-phone-consultation
Professor/Dr. Brian A. Rothbart
Chronic Pain Elimination Specialist
Discovered the Rothbarts Foot and PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity
Developer of Rothbart Proprioceptive Therapy
Inventor and Designer of Rothbart Proprioceptive Insoles
Founder of the International Academy RPT
Free Excerpt from Professor/Dr. Rothbart’s second book, The Foot’s Connection To Chronic Pain