Using Foot Function Diagnostically Within The Dimensional Mastery Model
There are correlations between the Evolutionary Layers and specific attributes of foot function.
When hyper or hypoactivation of a specific foot function is observed, one can link the collection of
associated with that developmental layer using the correlations listed below:
Assessment of foot functionality can be made visually by observing a person’s stance and gait, or by looking at the wear pattern on the soles of their shoes.
EVERSION/INVERSION OF STANCE AND GAIT.
STANCE (POSTURAL) ISSUES
Does the person slouch or stand with head forward?
ANIMAL LAYER and ALL LIVING THINGS LAYER (Development of the Structural Core)
1: ANIMAL LEGACY TRAINING PROTOCOLS
2: ALL LIVING THINGS LEGACY TRAINING PROTOCOLS
PRIMATE LAYER (Application of the Core as the foundation for tool use).
1: PRIMATE LEGACY TRAINING PROTOCOLS
Everted on “knocked Knee” gait.
VERTEBRATE LAYER and ANIMAL LAYER (Development of Locomotion)
1: VERTEBRATE LEGACY TRAINING PROTOCOLS
2: ANIMAL LEGACY TRAINING PROTOCOLS
SHOCK ABSORPTION ISSUES (TENSEGRITY)
1: MAMMALIAN LAYER
LATERAL STABILIZATION (Development of mastery of the horizontal plane)
MAMMALIAN LAYER and VERTEBRATE LAYER.
1: MAMMALIAN LEGACY TRAINING PROTOCOLS
2: VERTEBRATE LEGACY TRAINING PROTOCOLS
An overview of foot structural and functional issues and means to optimize how we use our feet:
An overview of the several models describing the expression of Life through the form of our species: