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Mortons Toe can cause the following problems; back pain, hip pain, knee pain, leg pain, plantar fasciitis, calf pain, ...
Mortons Toe can cause the following problems; back pain, hip pain, knee pain, leg pain, plantar fasciitis, calf pain, fibromyalgia, arthritis, corns and calluses, bunions, fallen arches, ankle pain, heel pain, arch pain, weak ankles, hammer toes, tired feet (all over), neuromas, burning feet, shooting pains in the toes, stress and march fractures, night cramps (restless leg syndrome), temporomandibular joint pain (TMJ), diabetic foot ulcers.
Millions of people suffer every day, with these torments and do not know why. I believe that in many cases Morton's Toe is the explanation for this WHY, and the reason for aches and pains not only in their back, knee, and hip but also in a lot of other places in their body.
Posted December 11, 2012
This book changed my life. I seldom write reviews. I am doing so now with the hope of helping someone else in a similar situation. Also, this is my way of saying thank you to Dr. Schuler. I am a 68 year old woman in reasonably good health. A few years ago I was diagnosed with arthritis in my right knee. The orthopedic surgeon advised pain killers and a future knee replacement. As time wore on I developed a limp. I found it difficult to walk in my own home and used shopping carts for support while shopping. I purchased a cane and walker to prepare myself for when things got even worse. Needless to say, I was becoming very depressed. The idea that there was any hope never entered my mind until by chance I found Dr. Schuler's book. Could a foot problem be causing my knee arthritis? Whew, did I have a lot to learn! Dr. Schuler explains everything in a clear organized manner. It was easy for me to grasp just what he was saying. Plus, he has a great sense of humor! He really opened my eyes. I followed the doctor's instructions and made the simple toe pad described in his book. Within a few days I could tell that this was my answer. Walking with the toe pad in place felt "right." My gait started to improve. It made perfect sense. It has been a few months now and my limp is gone. I can go up and down stairs without turning to the side. I have taken charge of my arthritis by reading other books about arthritis. I feel like a different person! Without my limp I exercise now. I've joined a health club. This is all because of Dr. Schuler and his wonderful book. I am so grateful.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.