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New, scientifically designed socks and insoles bring comfort to your sole

Apr 26, 2018

When Stan Esecson took his 93-year-old mother out to lunch and said he wanted to try an experiment on her to test her balance, she didn’t hesitate to trust her son. Outside in the parking lot she took off her shoes and stood up straight, as he directed, then when he gently pushed her from the side she nearly toppled over (No, he didn’t let her fall down).

Then he asked her to step on these special insoles, and they repeated the experiment. He couldn’t budge her.

No, the insoles weren’t anything akin to the infamous “cement shoes” that members of the mob allegedly used to dispose of their enemies. But they weren’t your run-of-the-mill insoles, either.

They're called Voxx Bliss insoles (and they make special socks, too). Their secret is the fact that they are scientifically designed and are embedded with a proprietary pattern of neuro-receptor activation points.  Very comfortable, very affordable.

Based on 45 years of study in neuromuscular science, Voxx Human Performance Technology (HPT) has built on a wide spectrum of research – ranging from chiropractic neurology to reflexology to neuromuscular dentistry – to develop socks and insoles that have brought relief to people suffering from various neurological disorders as well as improved performance by athletes.

Anyone who has tried reflexology, certain medications, acupuncture – even foot massage – understands the connections between nerve endings in the bottom of their feet and improvements in their well being, from less pain to better balance to greater range of motion.

Esecson, of Edmonds, said it’s really not complicated. “If you think about the human body, it’s all electrical,” he explained. “Nerves are sending electrical signals to your brain. With HPT, we’re disrupting some of those signals.”

VoxxLife founder and CEO Jay Dhaliwal, of Ontario, Canada, first became interested in neuromuscular science when his mother was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Delving into the subject, he discovered researchers around the world had been studying the science from various angles, but no one was “connecting the dots.” People would conduct a study, file the results, and move on.

“Nobody had put together the pieces,” Esecson said. “But, thinking of his mother, Jay was determined and said, ‘I’m going to figure out how to improve the quality of her life.’”

Dhaliwal’s first invention was a bite guard that treats people suffering from trigeminal neuralgia, which can be intensely painful; it helped improve balance as well.

His current project, the VoxxLife socks and insoles, is the culmination of research that identified the touch points in the soles of the human feet. Those neuro-points are encoded, like a fingerprint, into the Voxx products.

People with MS, Parkinson’s, diabetes-related neuropathy and other neuromuscular disorders are finding relief simply by wearing the socks or adding the insoles to their shoes.

Esecson was skeptical. “I’m an idea guy,” he said. “Fortunately, I’ve had enough good ones to pay for the stupid ones over the years.

“But when a friend called and urged me to look into this new product, and I asked him, ‘What is it?’ When he said ‘It’s a pair of socks,’ I started laughing over the phone.

Then Esecson tried them. And had his mother try them. The more he looked into VoxxLife and read reviews by people who tried the footwear, the more impressed he was.

And they’re not just for people with neuromuscular issues. Athletes are jumping on the bandwagon, too, discovering performance improvements, increased energy, more endurance, faster recovery and other advantages.

Among them is three-time world figure skating champion and Canadian Olympian Elvis Stojko, who said, “As you can imagine, with skating, balance and power are crucial.

“I was amazed at the increased range of motion and power I have the moment I put on these socks. I won’t skate without them, in fact I wear them all day on and off the ice.”

For people who have health issues, VoxxLife footwear has several advantages over other treatments. No side effects, no changing your diet or lifestyle. Think about it, just change your socks.

VoxxLife footwear comes with a 30-day money back guarantee. To date, the return rate is less than 1 percent, another sign of success.

Priced from $30-$45, the socks are available in a range of colors and styles, including short (no show), mini-crew, standard and knee-high. High quality fabric and manufacture ensures they’ll hold up well.

Insoles are $45, about the same price as a well-known brand at the drug store and way less expensive than custom insoles. But really, there is NO comparable product.

With the money back guarantee, there’s no reason not to try VoxxLife. “Be as skeptical as you want,” Esecson said. “See it with your own eyes.

“Medical science is learning new things all the time. Let’s face it, doctors can’t know everything about everything. That’s why we have specialists.”

For more information or to order VoxxLife socks or insoles, contact Stan Esecson at 206-209-2441 or email stan@ynrmarketing.com. Also, learn more at www.seeoursocksinaction.com. They’ll bring comfort to your sole.

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