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Bunion Pictures

Is there any progress? Have a look at these bunion pictures!

bunion pictures - July 2007 July 07

This is how my feet looked like when I started the experiment. You can see that my bunions are somewhat red. So possibly the bursa is inflamed a bit. Also, my big toes are bending toward my second toes. This condition is called hallux valgus and I don't think the treatments I'm trying will bring about a change in their position.
bunion pictures - September 07 September 2007

This is after two months of treatments. What did I do in those two months? I took a daily foot bath with Epsom salts, I exercised my feet each and every day, I watched my diet (added ginger and reduced my sugar intake), and I used the lion warmer to treat the acupuncture points involved. Also, I started wearing posture control insoles and comfortobale, wide shoes as much as possible. It looks like my bunions are loosing their redness.
bunion pictures - November 07 November 2007

My bunions continue to be less red than they were when I started out. In the weeks before this picture was taken, I started an acupuncture treatment, and used the acupuncher on a daily basis. And of course I continued the combination of treatments I had started earlier.
bunion pictures - January 08 January 2008

This is how my feet look like now. I think this picture definitely shows my bunions got somewhat smaller. In my opinion this is mainly due to the marigold treatment I started in November 2007. Stage I of the treatment was finished in December, and this stage brought about the biggest change so far.
bunion pictures - December 14December 2014

The last treatment I had was the microcurrent treatment for bunions and this picture was taken right after the last (10th) session. My feet seem somewhat more muscular and they were a lot more flexible, though the position of my big toes haven't changed a lot. Still, I think this was the best (and most expensive!) treatment I had.

When you look at the bunion pictures above, you can clearly see that there's an improvement in the condition of my feet – though it's not spectacular. Anyway, it's enough to keep me going...

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