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Mr P.N., 48 year old, suffered from recurring hemicrania and vomiting.

During an otorhinolaryngologic examination, he was advised to have a physiatric check-up. The physiatrist after a thorough examination referred the subject to our POSTURAL CENTER, for a baropodometric investigation and use of appropriate tutors.

The subject showed postural disturbances which were compensated by the use of tutoring systems repeatedly adjusted for about 6 months. The subject reported disappearance of all disturbances.

Records relevant to this case are shown below.

UPRIGHT POSITION

 

BEFORE

AFTER

NORMAL

GENERAL CENTER OF GRAVITY

0,13

0,25

0,38

FORCE WEIGHT, LEFT HEMISOMA

53%

51%

50%

FORCE WEIGHT, RIGHT HEMISOMA

47%

49%

50%

WALKING

 

BEFORE

AFTER

NORMAL

LEFT METATARSAL LATERAL TRANSLATION

0,42

0,53

0,55

LEFT CALCANEAN LATERAL TRANSLATION

0,67

0,50

0,50

RIGHT METATARSAL LATERAL TRANSLATION

0,53

0,53

0,55

RIGHT CALCANEAN LATERAL TRANSLATION

0,42

0,38

0,50

LEFT AFT-FOREFOOT BALANCE

0,41

0,55

0,55

RIGHT AFT-FOREFOOT BALANCE

0,45

0,55

0,55