MIAMI, FL - "Who would believe those tiny little heel spurs could make my life miserable for over 10 years," said Marvin, a Financial Planner working for a large financial institution. "And I'm not alone - I know quite a few people who suffered from the same conditions for years."
"Today Marvin is free of bone
spurs and is active and enjoys
a normal life once again"
Marvin's story dated back to March of '93 when he first felt a little nagging tug in the middle of his left heel. Marvin was then a happy, active and athletic young man who went to the gym every day after work. The uncomfortable feeling from his left foot didn't bother him much at the beginning because it completely resolved.
Several months later it got worse. Marvin had to take pain relievers to cope with the pain. He was hoping it would go away eventually. After all his first priority then was career advancement.
Gradually painkillers stopped working. Stretching only made things worse. The more he walked the more it hurt. "When I tried to walk a little bit, I felt a searing rip in the left heel and numbness at the tip of my shoes." Marvin knew he needed help.
Marvin went to a podiatrist who took x-rays and diagnosed him as having a bone spur in his heel. The doctor treated him with Cortisone injections, which provided him with temporary relief.
Doctor's Advice Proves Fruitless
As the years passed, the bone spur pain became more severe. "I had to shift my weight towards the right foot," said Marvin. "On the left side I had to distribute my weight to the outside of the foot, which caused me to sprain my ankles several times."
"I was at a critical point in my career. I had no time for myself … I continued to abuse my feet by working on them for 10 hours a day."
In September of '99, Marvin fell to the ground while walking to his office. He was sent to the hospital immediately. After running a few tests and x-rays, the hospital put him on disability and recommended heel spur removal surgery.
After seeking advice from over a dozen doctors, he decided to go through the procedures of sawing off the heel spurs and plantar fasciotomy. "It was a nightmare." Marvin said of his horrible experience of the surgery.
During his recovery, Marvin's right foot began to ache as well. The x-ray and MRI showed bones spurs in the right foot. It wasn't too much of a surprise as Marvin was putting weight on his right foot to allow the left foot to heal. But this time it struck him really hard mentally.
"I don't like to say it but I was crying like a baby every night," Marvin said. "I was unable to walk more than five steps at a time. My knees were bleeding and my wrists were sore, and I was in constant pain, even while resting. My life was a mess."
Marvin's Sister Comes To The Rescue
Soon, the doctor was injecting Cortisone into his right foot. In October of 2001 Marvin's sister Anna sent him two bottles of EZorb. "I didn't pay much attention … Anna sent me stuff all the time. I took it on and off for about a month then I noticed the pain was not as bad as before. But I still didn't believe it was EZorb that made the difference."
One day, a month later, Marvin decided to take a walk up to a local park to test his limitations. The pain following that short walk was much, much less than he'd experienced before. And he even walked without crutches.
"By then I was fully convinced," said Marvin. "I started to double my dosage of EZorb and made sure I took it every day. Words can't describe it, to feel the difference it made to me as I woke up every morning. I felt like I was gaining back the years I had lost."
Six months later Marvin was able to walk one-half to one mile in the morning without any trouble. Occasionally he still felt a little pain in the recovering left foot. But the pain in the right heel had completely subsided. Subsequent x-rays showed no signs of the bone spur.
In February of 2003 Marvin's former employer took him back. "I haven't been working for almost five years," Marvin said. "It's a completely different ball game now. There are so many new things to catch up. But I'm so grateful to have my life back, and I owe it all to your great product." (Source: May 2003 EZorb Newsletter Issue 113)
What Made The Difference?
Obviously taking EZorb turned Marvin's life around. And it can do the same for you too. You see ...
Bone spurs are primarily caused by weak bone and joint metabolism. When this happens, bone and joint structures become unbalanced along the joint cartilage. As a result, the soft tissues in the area are calcified to form bone spurs. If ignored, bone spurs will cause permanent damage to your bones and joints, and will eventually lead to osteoporosis or osteoarthritis.
A heel spur is a typical example of bone spurs. Heel spurs can be caused by imbalance of weight bearing along with weakened bones and joints in your feet. Most heel spurs can be cured if treated properly. Heel spur removal surgeries in many cases are unnecessary.
In addition to below-normal bone and joint metabolism, recent studies show that calcium deficiency can also cause your bone spurs and heel spurs.
Many people don't realize it, but traditional calcium supplements are hardly absorbed by the human body because of their low absorption rate (typically between 5% and 25%). When your body is deficient of calcium it will deplete calcium from your bones. Significant calcium deficiency may cause an acceleration of this calcium depletion process. The "spillovers" then form your bone spurs.
That's why you must have something that can take on both causes of bone spurs: weak bone/joint metabolism and calcium deficiency. Nothing on the market today can do that, other than EZorb.
3 Reasons Why You Want EZorb To Remedy Your Bone Spurs
First of all, EZorb stimulates osteoblasts (bone forming cells) to promote healthy bone and joint metabolism, so that the unbalanced structure can be aligned properly.
Secondly, EZorb Calcium provides the highest calcium absorption (92%). This means your body will always have sufficient calcium around so that your bones will be protected from calcium depletion.
Third, EZorb Calcium protects your cartilage so that existing bone spurs won't damage your cartilage to cause further problems that could lead to osteoarthritis.
As you can imagine, going through bone spur removal can mean excruciating pain. And there's no guarantee whatsoever that more bone spurs won't come back in the future. So what are your options?
Clearly your only option for remedying painful bone spurs without settling for the unbearable pain or going through intensely painful surgery is EZorb. It has a 92% absorption rate and works to remove bone spurs. Best of all, use it for 30 days and you will see it brings you heavenly relief. Let EZorb prove itself to you in your own home, you have a lot to gain and very little to loose.