The great news is that not only can you have your bunions fixed without surgery, but having your bunions fixed without surgery is, by far, the most effective and long-lasting treatment for bunions. It's true; for so long, doctors, and even some podiatrists, believed that surgery was absolutely the only treatment option for all bunions, irrespective of severity, but in more recent years, my team and I have developed and perfected a treatment that yields impressive and enduring results, even in severe cases.
Better still, opting for non-surgical treatment is by far a cheaper alternative, and you don't even need to take time out of your busy lifestyle in order to tend to them--in fact, the more active you remain in this treatment, the better the outcome for treating your bunions! No longer do women have to reconcile themselves to wearing unattractive, flat shoes to fit orthotics.
In fact, despite still being used by some practitioners for treating bunions, orthotics are not at all helpful in the treatment of bunions. Instead, using our tried and tested method, you could be wearing your favourite heels in time, without pain or danger of loss of sensation, which can occur with surgery. So, now that there is a solution to expensive and very painful surgeries that require long periods of convalescence and expensive and unsightly orthotics, there is no reason to delay booking an appointment to speak with one of our highly experienced and understanding clinicians. Call our Manly Beaches Surgery on 02 8966 9300, and begin your walk towards a happier and pain-free life.
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Girls with Asperger's Syndrome are less frequently diagnosed than boys, and even once symptoms have been recognised, help is often not readily available. The image of coping well presented by AS females of any age can often mask difficulties, deficits, challenges, and loneliness.
This is a must-have handbook written by an Aspergirl for Aspergirls, young and old. Rudy Simone guides you through every aspect of both personal and professional life, from early recollections of blame, guilt, and savant skills, to friendships, romance and marriage. Employment, career, rituals and routines are also covered, along with depression, meltdowns and being misunderstood. Including the reflections of over thirty-five women diagnosed as on the spectrum, as well as some partners and parents, Rudy identifies recurring struggles and areas where Aspergirls need validation, information and advice. As they recount their stories, anecdotes, and wisdom, she highlights how differences between males and females on the spectrum are mostly a matter of perception, rejecting negative views of Aspergirls and empowering them to lead happy and fulfilled lives.
This book will be essential reading for females of any age diagnosed with AS, and those who think they might be on the spectrum. It will also be of interest to partners and loved ones of Aspergirls, and anybody interested either professionally or academically in Asperger's Syndrome.
From an unwillingness to show affection in public or even sleep in the same bed to problems holding down a job, this book looks at 22 common traits that women may discover when they are dating, living with or married to a man with Asperger's Syndrome. Rudy Simone explores the complications of Asperger's relationships with honesty and understanding, drawing on research and personal experience to inform and advise women with AS partners. She offers helpful tips for improving the relationship and finding fulfillment both individually and as a couple.
This book will help women to understand the male Asperger's mind and, equally, it can help men with AS to see things from their partner's perspective. It will also be of interest to counsellors working with couples where the male partner has Asperger's Syndrome.
This entertaining and easy-to-read book will be ideal for anyone dating, or in a relationship with, an AS female. Women with AS themselves, and their families and friends, will also enjoy the book and find it useful. Counsellors and other professionals working with women with AS will find the insight offered extremely enlightening.