Gary Moller: [DipPhEd PGDipRehab PGDipSportMed(Otago)FCE Certified, Kordel's and Nutra-Life Certified Natural Health Consultant]. ICL Laboratories registered Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis and Medical Nutrition Consultant.
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For a few months I have noticed an intermitent sharp pain in my big toe. A podiatrist diagnosed hallux rigidus and pointed out the bump on the top of my foot below the big toe. He suggests X-rays and perhaps surgery. I have started using yogatoes every night and this eliminated the pain immediately, but not the bump. I tried emulating the massage you were doing as I watched your video. It seemed pretty straight forward, but you recommend getting treatment from a professional, and desisting from self treatment. What type of professional should I seek help from. Are you thinking of a chiropractor, or physical therapist or some other type of practioner? Thanks for posting the interesting video.
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