I wrote this foot ebook to help improve the lives of countless people who are suffering from common foot pains and ailments. Now you can have it too!
Find out how to treat and prevent your foot ailments for good and to keep them strong and you well balanced!
You may feel frustrated because of the long-term pain you have been experiencing in your feet due to arthritis, bunions, hammer toes, tendinitis, plantar fasciitis, neuropathies, neuroma’s, loss of balance, etc.
I am presenting you an opportunity to understand why your feet are hurting, what you can do about it right now, and how you can prevent it from happening again.
I have experienced this frustration first hand through countless numbers of my own students who came to my classes to get help from common pains in the feet and loss of balance, due to weak and inflexible feet.
I spent several months rehabilitating my own foot when I had plantar fasciitis. I also experienced hip pain when my arch had fallen and did special foot strengthening exercises to build it up again, and now I’m working on a bunion on my right foot.
"I was losing feeling and flexibility in my feet. I love to come and use Jennifer’s foot corrector as it helps to stretch and strengthen my feet and toes." — Louise Ehinger
"Jennifer has some wonderful foot exercises that help me to keep my balance. Doing these special foot and lower leg exercises have kept me on my feet and independent living." — Carolyn Cook, Age 87
More and more people like yourself are coming to learn that surgery is not always the best solution for foot pain. More often than not the issue can be addressed with proper stretching and foot strengthening exercises.
Even if you do go through surgery the pre and post rehab exercises detailed here in my ebook will get your foot muscles back to normal functioning more quickly and with less chance of re-injury.
1. Some little known stats and facts about our feet; why they hurt and how we can keep them happy and healthy.
2. Common foot injuries or conditions that develop from overuse, under-use, and just normal wear and tear as we are on… Read more…