If you are a chronic pain sufferer, you may have been reading my websites – Curing Chronic Pain and Rothbartsite.com – and perhaps even following my research publications for quite some time. If you’ve been sitting on the fence, trying to decide whether or not Rothbart Proprioceptive Therapy is for you, perhaps the following information will give you the extra motivation to take that step forward.
In the last ten years my research has grown exponentially. With it came my ability to help patients with even the most severe chronic pain and other problems associated with having an abnormal foot structure – either the Rothbarts Foot or PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity.
It’s become apparent that these two common inherited foot structures not only lead to chronic debilitating muscle and joint pain, but are also linked to the development of pathology occurring in the heart, gastrointestinal tract, visual problems and even changes in central nervous system function. Using Rothbart Proprioceptive Therapy, I have been able to reverse and/or eliminate these problems.
Up until a few years ago, such a statement would be highly criticized and most likely dismissed by the medical community. But my statistical research studies over the past ten years (many published in peer review medical journals) have demonstrated and clarified the link between the Rothbarts Foot and PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity and the development of visceral (organ) pathologies.
Another step forward occurred when I unraveled the link between abnormal foot structures and the development of occlusal (bite) problems.
In the past, these problems have typically been handled through orthodontic intervention (such as straightening the teeth). But many of these orthodontic patients found that, over time, their teeth moved back towards or into the same position that they were before wearing braces.
The reason this happens is because what caused the teeth to become crooked in the first place – having an abnormal foot structure – was not treated and only the symptoms (i.e., the mal position of the teeth) were addressed.
The Best Time To Start Rothbart Proprioceptive Therapy
It has taken me more than twenty years of intensive research to develop Rothbart Proprioceptive Therapy to the point it is today: An extremely effective, safe, holistic approach which permanently greatly reduces or completely eliminates chronic pain and the multitude of other problems that accompany having an abnormal foot structure. If you’re suffering with chronic pain, now is the best time to get started and get well.
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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.
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.
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 of Rothbart Proprioceptive Therapy
Free Excerpt from Professor/Dr. Rothbart’s second book, The Foot’s Connection To Chronic Pain