Three words – PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity – bring to mind something awful. And the reality is just that. The bearer of this inherited and severe abnormal foot structure lives a life of unending hell.
The PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity is the leading cause of incapacitating, debilitating chronic muscle and joint pain. Many pain sufferers who have this foot structure have at some point in their lives considered suicide as the only remaining way to get relief.
Let’s look at this closer by reading a story about a real chronic pain sufferer, Bonnie, who was ‘blessed’ with a PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity. Maybe you will recognize many of Bonnie’s symptoms in yourself. And maybe this will help you understand that you’re not alone, you’re not crazy and you do indeed have a severe and complex physical problem that is not ‘in your head’. Here is Bonnie’s story:
Bonnie lived with pain most of her life. As a child, she was told that her frequent joint pain was caused by one leg being shorter than the other, curving her spine and forcing her entire skeleton out of alignment. As she grew, so did her pain. In spite of this, Bonnie had a reasonably active life.
Then in 1989, a car accident amplified everything. Bonnie’s pain became chronic and partially disabling. It took two years of extreme therapy and a ton of money for her to get back on her feet. From that moment on, Bonnie was never free from pain, though she did return to work and carry on a somewhat normal, though limited life.
In 2004, Bonnie’s pain began to escalate until, five years later her mobility was so limited she seldom left her house. The only way she could stand and walk for a few minutes at a time was by wrapping her knees with elastic bandages and supporting herself with a cane. The pain in her knees, back, neck and shoulders was so severe that she was never fully functional.
Due to unrelenting pain, Bonnie’s professional life was coming to an end. Even at home, her husband took over many of the tasks that had once been hers.
Bonnie then went on a whirlwind tour to find a doctor who could help her. She visited acclaimed specialists in arthritis, pain management, podiatry and surgery. In the end, they all told her the same – give up hope.
Bonnie almost did. Then something happened. By a fortuitous co-incidence, she found out about Rothbart Proprioceptive Therapy and that even though it would take time, my therapy could make her well again.
Is there a happy ending to this story? You bet. Please read on.
What It Feels Like To Recover From The Agony Of Severe Chronic Pain
Bonnie has an inherited, abnormal foot structure known as a PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity, which I diagnosed through my proprietary complex computer analyses of Bonnie’s posture.
Bonnie went through my therapy, in which I successfully treated her abnormal foot structure by permanently correcting her posture (in stages). This allowed her inflamed joints to heal and painful muscles to mend.
Two years later, Bonnie is a new woman. She has lost 20 pounds that she was carrying around due to inactivity from her constant (now eliminated) pain. She has returned to her profession, which she loves, and has started walking, doing yoga, gardening and having fun again – something she had almost forgotten existed. And the best part is that Bonnie’s chronic pain is 100% gone – and continues to be gone to this day.
Is that a happy ending? I think so, don’t you?
You Can Be Victorious Over Your PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity
Many millions of people are born with this abnormal foot structure that causes such severe (almost inconceivable) damage to the entire human body. Though Bonnie’s story doesn’t mention symptoms other than her debilitating musculoskeletal pain, the PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity can also cause problems in the organs, such as; gastrointestinal irritability, diminished respiratory capacity and infertility, as well as central nervous system problems; personality aberrations and long term memory loss, to name a few.
The good news is that the PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity can be detected early in life and the symptoms that usually start developing at this time can be avoided, rescuing a person who has this inherited, abnormal foot structure from a lifetime of agony.
If you’re suffering with unrelenting, extreme chronic muscle and joint pain and nothing has worked to eliminate it, chances are good that you have a PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity. There is a solution that will change your life. Your abnormal foot structure can be successfully treated by Rothbart Proprioceptive Therapy. And you will be well again – victory over your chronic pain.
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As you learn more about my innovative therapy, you may find that addressing and effectively treating your foot structure may be the missing link to ending your long time battle with unrelenting muscle and joint pain.
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Professor/Dr. Brian A. Rothbart
Chronic Pain Elimination Specialist
Discovered the Rothbarts Foot and the PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity
Developer of Rothbart Proprioceptive Therapy
Inventor and Designer of Rothbart Proprioceptive Insoles
Founder of International Academy of Rothbart Proprioceptive Therapy
Author of Forever Free From Chronic Pain