Biopods Sneakers and Stimsoles Insoles work like an exercise program to safely retrain and maintain healthy function throughout your feet, legs, hips, and back.
Results can be immediate or it may take a week or two before you begin to notice changes.
The good news is that virtually everyone can regain healthy protective reflex function, often much more quickly than you’d expect. Children's bodies typically respond to Biopods most rapidly, while senior's bodies take a bit more time.
Soft Tissue Adjustment Phase
As with any muscle training, there is a brief period of soft tissue adjustment as your neuromuscular system retrains to work more efficiently and your alignment improves. This adjustment phase may continue for up to six to eight weeks.
During this period, it is normal to experience occasional twinges, tightness, or slight soreness in different areas as your body adjusts. This is especially true if you have preexisting scar tissue or fibrosis from a historic injury. Inelastic fibrotic tissues can become “sticking points” that may be persistently painful as alignment changes. These “sticking point” fibrotic tissues can be easily treated by a medical professional through use of complementary soft tissue mobilization therapies to regain natural elasticity in the affected tissues.
Note: Biopods do not treat damaged tissue that has been caused by trauma or historical or degenerative stresses resulting from poor foot mechanics. As noted above, damaged tissues will need to be treated by a healthcare professional using soft tissue mobilization therapies.
These therapies include, but are not limited to, ultrasound, deep tissue massage, Active Release Technique (A.R.T.), and Graston Technique. After a few treatments, these sticking points should be resolved, allowing alignment and function to improve unimpeded.
Your body may respond to Biopods Sneakers differently depending on your foot mobility (how easily you can raise your toes).
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