Posture Analysis & Custom Insole Making Process

Custom Insole and Posture Correction Process

Welcome to the asymmetrical world! We are all asymmetrical as humans. Our innate asymmetry differs from person to person and is influenced by our physiological makeup, habits, and lifestyle choices. For many people, these minor inconsistencies are corrected for automatically, and the asymmetry remains unnoticed. Others, on the other hand, have more apparent variations, which may cause harm to the total postural system.


Consider someone who, due to work conditions, adopts an uneven posture on a regular basis. Back pain may develop as a result of the stress to their general postural system. The right root of the postural imbalance must be discovered in order to cure the pain.

KINEOD employs infrared collection technology to deliver a comprehensive 3D postural analysis to aid specialists in diagnosing postural problems. Experts treating disorders of the spine or lower limbs, looking to improve deficient balance and posture, or even hoping to confirm a diagnosis with a complete follow-up and assessment of the therapeutic measures used, will find KINEOD to be an appropriate option.
KINEOD is also a fantastic communication tool that will assist the expert in not only communicating the pathologies to the patient, but also in illustrating the outcomes of the therapies that have been implemented.

The Process

The KINEOD station attaches to your computer via a USB 2.0 connector and can be swiftly set up on its tripod. An ergonomic user interface and easy patient database administration optimise the phases of preparation, acquisition, and reconstruction.


Setting up a patient entails identifying skin markers with a felt pen at the relevant anatomic landmarks and then tracing a dotted line on the patient’s exposed back that follows the spinal column.

Foot Inspection Preparation
Body Posture Analysis at Boyner


Through the use of a virtual viewfinder, the patient is correctly positioned. The patient maintains the stance for the acquisition’s brief duration: (33 ms).


With three steps and automatic morphological marker recognition, the reconstruction phase is quite speedy. After the mask, the position of skin markers, and the position of the spinous lines have been checked, the data is legible on the user interface.

Body Posture Analysis at Boyner

Sagittal Analysis

Through the use of a virtual viewfinder, the patient is correctly positioned. The patient maintains the stance for the acquisition’s brief duration: (33 ms).

Apical Analysis

It gives practitioners access to a variety of indicators, such as: The angles between the pairs of markers and a reference signify unbalances. The lateral deviations of the C7 vertebra in respect to the inter-gluteal fold, knees, and malleolus during PSIS.

The vertical de Barr indicates the departure of the C7 point and gluteal fold from a vertical drawn from the centre of both ankles. On the lower limbs, the front axle of the knee and the mechanical axis between the knee and the ankle are represented in degrees.

foot scanning at Boyner Clinic

Foot Scanning

Using a tangential light podoscope, we check the pressure points on your soles in static conditions

Using a baropedometer, a digital foot scan is performed.

Depending on your activity level, we will scan your feet in static and/or dynamic conditions to check for weight pressure distribution on your feet.

Selecting the Insoles

Factors involved:
1. Size
2. Type of Foot-wear.
3. Weight
4. Activity of Patient
5. Biomechanical Axis
6. Pathalogy.

thermoforming insoles

Thermoforming The Insoles

We heat the insole material to make it flexible, then thermoform it in your foot impression, allowing it to cool and take the proper curve.

Finishing Process

Based on the specified purpose, correction elements are added to specific locations under the foot (e.g. arch support, metatarsal pad, etc.) so that your foot receives the necessary support and comfort.


The insole is next ground to remove weight from places that are experiencing excessive weight pressure, such as sores, ulcers, corns, and calluses, and we finish the insole so that your custom hand-made pair of orthotics looks like a factory-cut piece with a smooth finish.

thermoforming insoles

Fitting the Insoles

The orthotics are then inserted into your shoes or sandals in the same manner as ordinary insoles.