Let's look at the screen:
Out of the four women surveyed, only one stated that her feet do not hurt.
As statistics show, for over half of the patients, the disease finally ends in surgery. But medicine is continuously advancing, and we already have a new method to truly solve this serious problem.
To tell us about this newly developed solution, please welcome Dr. Michael Simmons, Professor of Medical Sciences, Head of Department for Traumatology and Orthopedics in the Center of Cosmetology and Plastic Surgery.
Dr Michael Simmons
Professor of Medical Sciences, Head of Department for Traumatology and Orthopedics in the Center of Cosmetology and Plastic Surgery
Hello! Yes, you are right. This area of medicine has experienced a revolutionary break-through. But first, let me tell you how foot deformities were treated before this discovery. Generally speaking, there were only two ways: physiotherapy and surgical intervention. The former, more forgiving method was extremely ineffective.
Even if treatment was started during the early stages of the disease?
That is correct. The main problem is that any kind of narrow footwear, high heels, or other forms of stress only make your feet worse. But the root cause is heredity, an increased risk due to genetic factors. In other words, it runs in the patient's family. So how can physiotherapy help in this case? It practically can’t.
The second way: surgical intervention. There currently exist about 400 surgical methods for the front part of the foot. Oftentimes, these surgeries employ bolts, plates, and brackets. These are made from special medical grade titanium. The point of the procedure is to remove the problematic growth, then straighten the deformed toe back into its normal position (and the patient is sedated, of course) with the help of special bolts and plates. The surgery, as you can guess, is long, painful, with frequent complications.
And the patient wears these metal plates for life?
Yes. It isn't very comfortable, of course. For example, when they're boarding a plane, or even a train nowadays. It'll cause metal detectors to go off. But most importantly, often the pain doesn't go away completely. After all, the plates are still foreign objects inside the body.
What's different today? How can we fix these kinds of foot deformities without surgery?
Yes, this is our patient, a woman of 45 years who was among the first to try our new treatment method. She is the first to be successfully treated without surgery to remove 4th stage foot deformities. Our center developed a specialized treatment to combat foot deformities, a gel called "Valgorect". The main idea is that mineral deposits which cause deformation dissolve under the influence of the gel, and the joint returns to its original position.
There is no need for supplementary therapies like orthopedic fixators, soles or platforms. Likewise, there is no rehabilitation period, and the patient immediately returns to their normal daily routine.
I want to emphasize (and this is important), that the product doesn't cause any pain or side effects. On the contrary, due to its analgesic action, it relieves inflammation. The patient already feels relief within the first 24 hours.
And, as we can see, the method is very effective. Let's look at the screen:
Yes, these are the feet of one of our patients. She underwent treatment for 3 months, but her case was advanced. Usually, from my experience, 1.5-2 months is enough. Sometimes, it's even less than a month.
From what you've said, treating bunions using the "Valgorect" gel is not complicated. And patients can apply it by themselves?
That's right! This product was designed to be used by patients at home, without causing disruption to their daily lives.
Last question, Dr Simmons. Where can we acquire the aforementioned "Valgorect" gel?
Gel "Valgorect" has recently passed the required national product certification, and can now be purchased on the official manufacturer's website.
On this note, we end our interview. Take care of yourself!
I know about Valgorect gel from personal experience. Used it to get better myself. I wanna add what they've regrettably forgotten to mention in the interview: that there are plenty of fake products out there. For instance, before I bought the real "Valgorect" I managed to come across a useless "corrector", which supposedly helped with "BUNIONS" on your feet. DO NOT BUY ANYTHING SIMILAR! IT'S COMPLETELY USELESS!
Excellent product! I used to wear only shapeless loafers, or better yet soft house slippers. Been using the gel Valgorect for two months already. Now I go shopping with my daughter and buy any shoes I want.
I'm a ballerina (not a famous one, but fairly well-known around here). To appear at my best \and truly shine\ on stage takes one hell of an effort from me. Recently, I couldn't even stand on my toes due to deforming feet. For some of you the lumps are purely an aesthetic discomfort, but for me they meant the end of my career. I found out about Valgorect by sheer luck - I saw my colleague with it. I asked her, and she told me all about it. She even gave me some to try. To be honest, I didn't expect such dramatic results. To think that I was seriously considering quitting ballet for good...
Word of warning: Various online stores have started to sell fake creams. My friend got scammed like this. She ordered a cheaper product, which had no effect even after 3 months of use. I ordered mine on the official website half a year ago. I felt the effect after only a week. My pain went away after a couple of hours. Here's my result:
And those who say there's no effect have most certainly bought a fake!