Are You Considering
Bunion pain can be debilitating and bunion surgery can be a scary decision most people would rather put off. I know. I've been there and I've learned that IF you know what to expect ahead of time and what questions to ask your doctor, you will lessen your fear, make better decisions, and increase your success with bunion surgery and bunion surgery recovery.
No matter how good your podiatrist or bunion surgeon is, the truth is, no one knows exactly what's right for you except you and that's what can make your decision so scary. What if the surgery doesn't really fix the problem, and like others you read about or hear about, you end up worse off than before?
It's not always clear what to do, but with the right information, questions, and support, it can be an easier decision for you.
What you're about to read could change your life like it did mine.
Learn From My Mistakes and Experience
I knew I had bunions, but until they hurt, I had no idea what a mistake I'd made in waiting so long to see a podiatrist and not getting a second and third opinion before surgery. Don't make that same mistake! Bunions are one of the most painful problems you can have with your feet and can create all sorts of complications including hammertoes, neuromas, pinched toe nerves, major difficulty walking, running, or even doing simple bending and lifting, as well as knee and back pain if not properly treated.
I'm guessing you've probably tried all the things I have to eliminate bunion pain (toe spacers, night splints, orthotics, wide-toed shoes, foot pillows, cortisone shots and more than a few odd-ball remedies - did you run across the one that says to punch your bunions until the bone goes soft?!) and are either trying to avoid bunion surgery. Or maybe you've had one bunion removed like me and are looking for better information the second time around with your other foot's bunion. I empathize with you. I've been there too and want to help you have the best experience possible in a difficult situation.
You're smart to be
searching for answers. All the ignoring and wishing
and accepting that "this is the way it is and I just have
to live with it," is not going to make
your bunions go away or relieve your pain.
While I was deciding what to do about surgery, I researched everything I could online. I found a lot of junk, hype, and inaccurate information. I interviewed many people who had good and bad bunion surgery experiences. I scheduled and completed bunion surgery with one of the best bunion surgeons in the country and I still ended up with complications. During my recovery I reflected on what worked and what didn't work before, during, and after bunion surgery. I got 2nd and 3rd opinions from orthopedic surgeons and podiatrists for the bunion on my other foot. I kept a blog and extensive research notes. People suffering from bunions started emailing me asking a lot of questions including a request for an easy-to-read ebook from everything I learned, which I thought was a great idea, so I wrote the book I wished I'd had when I was deciding on surgery and going through my recovery.
After many months of editing and feedback from readers, "Bunion Survivor's Guide to Successful Bunion Surgery and Recovery" is now available for immediate download. You can read the table of contents below.
Here's What Satisfied Readers are saying:
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I am so sure that by reading The Bunion Survivor's Guide to Successful Bunion Surgery & Recovery that you will find more peace of mind in your decision about whether or not to have bunion surgery and know the questions to ask your potential bunion surgeon to get the information you need that I am offering a full money-back guarantee. If you don't find this ebook helpful, just let me know by email within 30 days and I'll refund the full purchase price.
Thank you for taking care of yourself,
P.S. Don't make the same mistake I did and keep putting off taking care of your feet and your health. For less than the price of your insurance co-pay for a doctor visit, you can make sure your appointments, surgery, and recovery are a success and get the information, reassurance and support you need and deserve.
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