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Bow Legs No More – How to Straighten Your Legs Without Surgery!

Bow Legs No More - How to Straighten Your Legs Without Surgery!Click Image To Visit SiteRead on to discover exactly what you need to do to fix your bow legs once and for all, and enjoy perfectly straight and attractive legs for the rest of your life!

To determine whether or not you have bow legs, knock knees, or any other kind of curvature, take a look at the following images

IMAGE A: This is the way your legs should look. As you can see, your knees and ankles should be touching when you stand up, and four separate windows should be formed, which should be between the foot and the ankle, above the ankle, directly under the knee, and above the knee in the lower part of the thighs. IMAGE B: This is a typical example of bow legs, and is otherwise known as the ‘O-shaped curvature’. This is because only the ankles are touching, which creates a shape that resembles the letter ‘o’. IMAGE C: This is known as an X-shaped curvature, or ‘knock-knees’, because the knees are typically touching when standing, but the ankles are kept apart, which creates a shape that resembles the letter ‘x’.

But before I reveal exactly what you need to do to straighten your bow legs or knock knees without the need for invasive and dangerous surgery, I’d first like to introduce myself. Because it’s important that you know who I am, and why I’m the person to help you…

From then, I became known as “the girl with bent legs” And it was horrible. As the years rolled by, I became incredibly self-conscious. My confidence and self-esteem sank lower and lower, because I thought there was something wrong with me. I became withdrawn, and tried everything I could to avoid swimming lessons, or any kind of situation where my legs would be on show – and I got into lots of trouble with my teachers because of it. Desperate to fix my bow legs and just be normal like everyone else, I pleaded with my parents to take me to a Doctor, to see if there was anything that could be done. Unfortunately, the Doctor said there was nothing he could do – and that I’d just have to deal with it. I did, to a certain extent, and got on with my life.

After injuring my back in a horse riding accident, I visited a physiotherapist, who took one look at me, and said, “I know exactly what you need to do to fix that!” He wasn’t talking about my back problem. He was talking about my legs! He went onto to explain that while at a conference, he’d met a Japanese Orthopaedic Surgeon called Suri who had taken on a test group of 34 subjects, 21 with bow legs, and 13 with knock knees. And the results she’d achieved for her patients had been incredible. Apparently Suri had already seen the complications and long-term damage that surgery had caused many of her… Read more…

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