Want to Experience Soothing Relief from Foot Pain
and Avoid Expensive Bunion Surgery?
Read the Amazing Facts to Find out How…
If you’re suffering from foot pain and you’re looking for treatment options, check out this article
Let me explain…
My research as an M.D. reveals that there are simple—and highly effective—treatment options that you can start using RIGHT AWAY to get relief from bunion pain. And you don’t have to endure painful (and costly) bunion surgery! What’s even better—the solutions are so easy and inexpensive you’ll be shaking your head in disbelief.
I see people all the time with painful, distorted feet. Their walking patterns, shoe choices, and genetics play havoc with their toes, causing huge, ugly bunions and hurting every time they walk. I can help them…but I have a problem. I don’t have time enough in my daily practice to help all of the people who are hurting.
But my problem is your opportunity. I’ll tell you why in just a moment…
If you have been considering bunion surgery, you need to read this:
First, you should know that bunion surgery can cost you from $3,000 up to $10,000. Even just a visit to a physician specializing in foot care can cost you several hundred dollars! That’s what it would normally cost you to see me.
As a medical doctor who specializes in providing people with healthy alternatives to drugs and surgery, I consult with multi-billion dollar companies and provide their employees with training that is broadcast around the world. If you were to set an appointment to come see me in my office for treatment, it would cost you at least $750: $250 for an initial brief consultation, plus $125 each for 4 half-hour follow-ups.
Normally, my patients see me at least once a month for several months. Considering all the time they spend, traveling to see me, waiting in the reception area, and returning back home, as well as the hassle involved, has made me want to make these incredible treatment options available to more people, especially people who cannot travel long distances to see me.
I want you to feel better right away! I have spent over 28 years, researching the best information in medicine, to bring you quality products and optimal treatment care for 50 times less than you would expect to pay. My simple treatment for bunion relief is designed to help you feel better quickly and very possibly save yourself the pain and expense and time wasted with costly bunion surgery. I’ve also worked to give you the best information I would give you during a consultation, all for less than half the cost of a half hour visit!
If you have been to a doctor to look into the cost, pain, and trauma of bunion removal by surgery, you know how expensive and painful bunion surgery can be. Plus, there’s no guarantee with bunion surgery. Many of my patients come to see me because they suffered through a surgery…and feel even WORSE afterward than they did before the surgery! They’ve got numb spots in their feet, their sores and incisions don’t heal: it can be a nightmare!
Well, here’s my philosophy: You have healthy alternatives to drugs and surgery. An important part of knowing how to get better is to know what’s going on—what causes a bunion in the first place. So let’s talk about what a bunion is, what causes it, and how you can get better:
See how the big toe bones stick out in this picture?
A foot bunion is a bony protuberance at the base of the big toe that is caused by the big toe angling toward the second toe. This abnormal angle of the bones causes joint abnormalities with swelling, redness, and pain.
Our feet are designed for walking pain-free
You have been blessed with a heel, ligament and bony arch support, and muscle structure that create no strain on the foot. So how do these bones go weird like this? The average person takes about 2000 to 5000 steps each day. If each step is taken incorrectly, it is only a matter of time before changes take place in the anatomy of the foot. It is like the drops of water on the rock—thousands of drops may not wear away at the rock, but millions of drops will eventually make changes in the shape of the rock. Same thing with your feet: a few steps—even a few hundred steps—in a shoe that pushes your foot into uncomfortable and abnormal positions will be okay, but multiply that over time and . . .
. . .You’ve got trouble, my friend!
Bunions are caused when unnatural strain is placed on the foot, usually with improper shoe size and shape. It is very uncommon for people who live in cultures that are barefoot most or all of the time to have bunions. As they do get bunions, factors other than footwear must play a role in the cause, even though footwear is the main culprit for providing the pressure that causes the symptoms.
The guy in the picture above took years to develop the ginormous bunion that he has—all because he was focused on wearing stylish shoes that did not protect and properly hold his foot.
With the transition from summer to fall every year, we doctors note an increase in bunions among our female patients. This probably is because of the transition from open-toed shoes and sandals to winter footwear. Women love the open-toed, flip-flop sandals, and walk around with nice pedicures and shiny polish on their toenails. But when fall arrives, ladies begin wearing closed-in shoe styles, which can be painful, especially if the toes are cramped in the shoes.
Although a small percentage of bunions are caused by an inward turn of the foot (pronation) with walking (perhaps as a genetic propensity), I’m going to explain how to treat the 95% of bunions caused by shoes that don’t fit properly.
SO…is bunion surgery really necessary? Think carefully before you decide. Some surgeons recommend bunion surgery in much the same way that a carpenter would look at a nail—if you have a hammer, everything looks like a nail! If you’re a bunion surgeon, everything can look like a bunion needing surgery!
Don’t be talked into surgery or expensive treatment before you’ve tried healthy alternatives! It won’t prevent problems and it may create new ones. Many patients go see foot surgeons after their surgery because something (or several things) went wrong in recovery. Once you start developing a bunion, there’s no way to predict whether it will progress to the point of causing pain, or even if it will progress at all. If a doctor tries to push you into immediate surgery, that’s cause for you to be extra cautious. A bunion is not a medical emergency! You don’t have to decide immediately what to do—particularly when faced with surgery as your only option. You have time to try the Bunion Relief package and experience soothing relief as you determine your choice.
Here’s what happens when you have bunion surgery:
Imagine: the painful decision!:
- the days, weeks, or months of anticipation
- the time spent pre-surgery, during the surgery, and post-surgery
- anesthesia being injected right into the foot
- the incision itself
- the surgery, with the sounds of the saw buzzing
- the recovery
- crutches and time “off your feet”—often weeks or more on crutches, slowed down
- unsightly scars that you will carry the rest of your life
- if you’ve had a bunionectomy, chances are the bunions will recur within 6 months
- cortisone shots can relieve the inflammation temporarily, but long term steroid use is dangerous and unwise
- as many as 33% of patients are dissatisfied post surgery (source: Cochrane Institute study)
- risks of scarring or nerve damage that often outweigh the benefits of a merely cosmetic improvement
- and finally, here’s another thing that I have discovered as a medical doctor who works with a lot of energy medicine: the body has an energy template that allows it to heal itself on an energy level, prior to healing itself on a physical level. If your energy template is injured or damaged through invasive surgery, it becomes much more difficult to heal the foot on a physical level.
These drastic measures both insult the body
and make it more difficult for the foot to heal!
Your body is designed to heal itself when
- It is placed in a healthy, healing environment
- It is provided with nutritional support
- You and your health care provider tackle the problem where it starts: with the formation of the foot.
My Question is: why go to such extremes when you have simple, soothing, healthy options?
Check out the diagram below as you read my description of what happens to create a bunion.
A shoe with a pointed toe will push the big toe toward the second toe.
High heels and shoes that are too small only exaggerate this strain.
Through the years (think of water dripping onto rocks), the joint structure gives way to support this abnormal position, including stretching the joint on the inside of the joint (at the metatarsal-phalangeal joint) and contraction of the joint on the second toe side. The chronic pull of the big toe bones inward at the distal part of the toe forces the bone at the proximal side to jut outward, which also pulls the foot bone (metatarsal) out with it. Over the years, this protuberance can become very prominent and rub on the side of the shoe.
An Example of Someone with Bunions: it’s no fun trying to run on the beach when your feet look like this!
Bunion prevention is simple—
stop doing what causes the deformity
Don’t wear shoes that are too small or with a pointed toe, no matter how stylish they are. If your foot pronates (the inside of the foot bends inward) with each step, get shoe supports that do not permit that to take place. A podiatrist (foot specialist) should be able to help fit one. Even high end shoe stores that cater to people whose feet are difficult to fit may be able to sell you shoes that can help with the solution.
…Whatever you do, don’t let anyone talk you into bunion surgery before you have given my simple solutions a try! Bunion surgery is painful and expensive, it doesn’t solve the root of the problem, and chances are, once you’re off crutches, the same thing’s going to start happening again—
Unless you can stop the problem at its beginning!
It just doesn’t make sense to go through expensive bunion surgery until you have tried my options. What’s more, I guarantee they will help, or you get your money back!
Traditional medicine maintains that there is no cure or reversal of bunions—only symptomatic pain relief with anti-inflammatories and surgery. And cortisone (administered in shots) offers short-term relief of the pain, but it is NOT a good option. Why? It doesn’t address the core problems, so no solution is in sight—thus, you’re left with long term steroid side effects, such as thin skin and blood vessel walls, bone breakdown, osteoporosis, water retention (including in the brain, which causes irritability), insulin resistance, shutting down of the adrenal gland, to name a few)!
There are many potential bunion surgery options within traditional medicine, from breaking the metatarsal bone to shaving off part of the bone that is sticking out. Restructuring of the tendon and ligament joint support may also be done. The cost of bunion surgery can run up to $10,000 or more.
For many years in my medical practice, I have explored healthy alternatives to drugs and surgery. Simple solutions often exist for complex problems. As I mentioned, look to what causes the problem so that you can figure out the solution to the problem.
If bunions are causing you pain and problems with your feet:
1. Stop wearing unhealthy shoes. You aren’t meant to walk like a deer. You have feet underneath you to help you stand straight and strong.
2. You aren’t meant to cram your toes into tiny triangle points either. Points are for hooves, not for toes. (Does this really look attractive to you?):
3. Get a simple device (available through this site) that gently moves your big toe the opposite direction! This device pushes your big toe toward its normal, original position. You’ll feel better right away, and in time you’ll notice the size of your bony bunion will diminish. By doing this, you’re treating the cause! (Great idea!)
4. Learn how to WALK PROPERLY. Bunions form more commonly when your walk is pronated (that is, the foot turns inward, and the weight of your body is more on the inside of the foot, under the ball side).
5. Lose weight. Some studies indicate that up to half of the adult population over age 50 have bunions. When you step, your foot bears the equivalent of 1 1/2 times your body weight. Throw off the balance just a little bit and you offset the entire balance system in your posture.
6. Some simple HOME REMEDIES will help to ease any discomfort, and may also help to reduce the size of the bunion: you can try hot foot baths with Epsom salts. Epsom salts provide your body with magnesium sulfate, which reduces inflammation. They can soothe the pain in your bunion. Also, drinking chamomile tea and then using the tea bag for external relief by placing it on the bunion can lessen swelling.
7. EXERCISE your feet, especially your toes! Here are some ideas you can use to strengthen and stretch out the tendon that is pulling your big toe inward: stretch your toes together with use of an elastic band. Stand with your feet apart and use the band around your big toes. Pull your feet apart from each other so that the toes are bending toward each other. If you can work on that aggressively, combined with the other helps and techniques I am sharing with you, you will start to notice a change for the better in your bunions (less pain, not such a pronounced “bump.”)
Bunions are no respecters of persons. Even Oprah has a bunion challenge!
You can start taking action NOW to get rid of unsightly, painful bunions. Here are just a couple of my favorite tips:
- get a pair of shoes with a roomy toe box (you should be able to wiggle your toes inside)
- go through your closet to find any shoes that give you lots of toe room, or flip-flop shoes that have a nice little divider between your big toe and second toe
For your convenience, we have included an easy-to-access kit, with your own down-loadable report about bunions and a DVD by Dr. Gardner with a short clip on bunions, and 4 toe spacers for only $89.97. You’ll want to review the hard copy about bunions and the DVD on a weekly basis to remind you of the importance of maintaining the toe spacer treatment. If you use the toe spacers faithfully for at least six months, you’ll start feeling relief from the pain of misaligned toes.
Wondering if Dr. Gardner’s bunion relief treatment will work for you? Try it faithfully for three months, and if by the end of that time you have not experienced any relief, just send us back the materials and we will refund every cent of your money! That’s our promise to you.
I hope you’ll take advantage of this rare opportunity to experience healthy alternatives to drugs and surgery by trying my Bunion Relief.
All the best,
Stan Gardner, M.D.
P.S. Hurry! This letter is going out to over 18,473 people and this offer is strictly limited to the first 99 people who respond. I want to help, but my schedule is tight! I’m overseeing this personally to make sure you get the best possible help with your bunion relief.
Yes, Dr. Gardner! I want to experience soothing relief from bunion pain!
Here’s what you get with your order:
TOTAL VALUE: $139.87
If you were to come to Dr. Gardner’s office and see him personally, it would cost you hundreds of dollars. If you were to have invasive bunion surgery, it could cost you up to $10,000 or more!
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* Four toe spacers
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