From Unbalanced To Balanced

July 22, 2019

Remarkable recovery from balance issues: Two cases

As an Integrative Therapist I’m open minded but highly skeptical. I need to see the science and then test the effects for myself. A recent evolution in neuroscience using specialized neuro-stimulating socks and insoles intrigued me when I saw the measurable effects recorded with QEEG brain mapping. 

Initially I used myself as a guinea pig to see what the real world effects might be. To my pleased surprise, I saw significant progress with a long standing serious back injury which had been highly treatment resistant. It wasn’t a magic bullet, but the changes were very encouraging and continued to improve with time. Experiencing this, then seeing consistent progress with most clients who volunteered to test this technology encouraged me to take this further. I’m now among other things, running two funded studies using this technology for children and adults with ADD, ADHD or autism spectrum.

Two balance cases particularly stand out in my mind. One was a client’s mother who had had a stroke. Once she was able to walk again, she’d required a walker ever since; well over a year. He son picked up the neuro tech socks and had her wear them day and night. Within four days, he reported she put away her walker and has never used it since. 

The second case was a woman in her early seventies. Her balance was so poor she’d become self-conscious; worried that people would think she was intoxicated. On performing a balance test, she began to tip with only the slightest touch. She then stepped on the neuro tech insoles I was using for the before and after test. We chatted for a few minutes while giving her central nervous system an opportunity to begin to react. After even that very short time, her balance had improved remarkably. The really good news for her was that brain mapping studies showed the first changes in the brain typically occurred within seven seconds but the effects then continued to be cumulative over time.

Why is this so important? A balance study completed using industry accepted quantitative measures showed an average thirty five percent improvement in balance. This translates to a five times lower statistical risk of a fall; particularly critical for the elderly.

Can I do the balance test? Yes. Just pick up a free health pass from the clinic or request the health pass when you call and the test will be done at no charge.  David Gilbert may be reached through the clinic or @ 613-747-5458.

If you’ve found this helpful, please share so others can benefit.

Yours in good mental and emotional health.


The above is for information purposes only and is not intended as medical advice.


Author: David E P Gilbert. David is a highly experienced Integrative Therapist particularly focused on anxiety/depression, stress, burnout, grief, trauma or PTSD, Post Concussion Syndrome and self-sabotage.  Being trained in a number of modalities including Emotional Freedom Techniques and PTT (Picture Tapping Techniques), he works with clients both in-office and via phone or video cam across the world. Work so powerful it’s guaranteed.

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