Tracing You Chronic Pain Symptoms Back To Their Source

Don’t be mislead- a symptom is not a source.  Almost all chronic symptoms can be traced back to a specific source.  That source is often either a Rothbarts Foot or a PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity.

One thing is for certain, when you find the actual source of your chronic pain problem and effectively treat it; your pain goes away for good.

If you want to get rid of your pain, you must treat the source and not the symptoms.  But, first you need to be clear on what exactly are symptoms.  The definition of a symptom is: A characteristic sign or indication of the existence of something else.  This means that a symptom is not the cause of your problem, it is merely an indication of an underlying cause.

Because the structure of the feet affects the entire body (see other posts on this site), an abnormal foot structure, such as the Rothbarts Foot and the PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity, can cause alterations and painful symptoms anywhere from the feet to the head.  Exactly where the alterations are, determines where you will have symptoms.

Let’s trace some symptoms back to their source.  Note – for ease of understanding, I have left out some details/steps in the following sequences.

Symptoms are commonly mistaken for, diagnosed as, and treated as the cause of chronic pain.  So it’s no wonder that you may think that your symptoms are actually the cause (source) of your pain.

Your doctors are giving you misinformation.  Contrary to what they are telling you, arthritis, tight muscles, back pain, scoliosis and leg length differences are all merely symptoms of an underlying cause.