Hello and thank you for watching our tutorial.Have you been told that nothing can be done and that you are just going to have to livewith it regarding your Neuropathyyour feet? If you have been told that all of yourtests and ugs that you have been placed on won't be able to improve your condition,you are one of many people. Take heart though There are natural solutions to help your neuropathyin your feet that's effecting you. It's very important to adess the deeper cause of what's goingon, which are sick arterial walls. Did you know that by using a natural vasodilator andsome simple natural plant based all natural ingredients that you can start a process that can notonly stop the neuropathy from progressing
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This is a flexor tenotomy. We're doing thisgentleman's fourth toe. It's pretty simple, what we do, we have a little 18 gauge needleand we stick it right in. We're going to rub this needle back and forth across thetendon to release the toe. There it went just released. We'll put a little essing onthere. The toe just said, â€œAaah.â€� It just released for us there. Wrap him up. You know, every operation should be this easy. I know, right? You can see the toe is sittingflat for him already.
You can leave this bandage on, just take itoff tomorrow. Put a little dab of actually you don't need Neosporin just a littlebandaid every day, and that's it. Look at that toe, it's leaning straight,almost as straight as that toe now. That is it! You can see how straight thattoe is sitting. Before it was curled and now it's nice and flat. That's a flexor tenotomy.
Testimonial 1: I felt great when I came outof the operating room. I wasn't dizzy, I wasn't sick. Immediately after the surgery, I hadno pain. I got home and still had no pain. I found that I was able to really get backto my old routine very quickly. I was back at workfour days showing houses. Testimonial 2: I waspain for a coupleof years. I didn't even know I had a bunion. I went to another to have him lookat it, xray it. He just said I had arthritismy toe, and I needed to just deal withit. There was nothing we could really do. So, I would just spend the day limping. That'show I got around through life for a couple
of years.I wentto Moy regarding something else. He looked at my toe, touched it, and you couldn'teven touch my toe without me wrenchingpain. At that point he said, quot;Why don't wego xray, and look into this.quot; And I said, quot;Please do. Because this is whatI've been told. I've been told that there's nothing we can do.quot; He said, quot;There's no reasonfor you to be like this.quot; So, he came out and said, quot;This is what you've got. We candefinitely help you, and get you better.quot; Which, when you arepain, that's all youwant to hear is, we can get you better. Testimonial 3: Moy is an exceptional surgeon.He had me meet with other patients of his
that have gone through this surgery, rightafter their surgery, so that I could talk to them, and have my fears answered, and myquestions answered. I was very surprised when I woke up from surgery. I felt great. I feltas if I could return back to work that afternoon. I went home. I kept waiting for somethingto eventually hurt, and it never did. Knowing the pain that I felt before surgery, and howeasy and painless surgery was, and how great I feel now, there is no questionmy mind,I would do this all over again. Testimonial 4: My girlfriend went to Moy.I wentwith her. Just because I knew I had a problem with my foot, I wanted him tocheck it out. He took time out to take me
aside, looked at my foot, and everything,no appointment. From there, I knew that I found the right . After the surgery,I sat on the table, I woke up, seemed like ten seconds later. I didn't feel a thing andwaited for a couple days for some pain to kick in, and, actually, never felt a thing.Five weeks after surgery, I then went and tested it out by going to the racetrack onmy motorcycle. I had a great time. I never even thought about my foot. Afterwards, Ijust realized, quot;Wow, I didn't even feel my foot. It's pretty good for going about sevenhours a day.quot; Moy: Hi, Anea. How are you doing?
Anea: I'm good, Moy. How are you? Moy: Good, good. Anea: Good to see you. Moy: How did it go after surgery, Anea? Anea: It went really well. I just went homeand laid down, and elevated my foot, and kept ice on it. When I'd get up and walk a littlebit, it would swell just a little bit. It wasn't too painful, just a little sore. Rightnow, when I walk, it's sore, like you're pushing on a bruise.
Moy: All right, Anea, we're going tochange your essing right now. What you are about to see is that your foot's going tobe a little bit swollen, and you are going to have some bruising along the top of yourfoot, probably by your toes, and maybe some down here by your ankle. All that bruisingis due to the gravity pulling it down there when you're walking or when you're layingdown. OK? We're going to take this off very deliely.Just keep your foot still. What you'll see here is some of the betadine soaking through,which is the mediion that we use to prevent infection. How you doing, OK?