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no surgery bunion treatment dr robert levingstonMy name is Dr. Robert Levingston, DC, FIAMA. I received my Bachelors Degree from The University of Memphis and my Doctorate Degree at Palmer College of Chiropractic. I also received a Fellowship in Acupuncture from The International Academy of Medical Acupuncture. My practice is based in Denver, Colorado, and I specialize in treating bunions non-surgically.

Below, I attempt to explain the forces which have led to the development of an alternative non-surgical treatment for bunions.



Bunion Case 2 BEFORE Bunion Case 2 AFTER

Bunion Case 4 BEFORE Bunion Case 4 AFTER

Economic Forces

money-iconIn the United States, we spend close to 3 trillion dollars a year on healthcare. This is 18% of our country’s Gross Domestic Product. These figures are expected to rise.

This rising cost pressure is causing more and more people to pay out-of-pocket for their own healthcare. They are interested in wisely investing their time and money in places that are going to yield the greatest return for the money spent. In other words, people are searching for safe and successful treatments which are cost effective.

Bunion surgery is expensive. Should you elect surgical treatment; most people can expect to pay high deductibles and substantial co-pays.

Social Forces

social iconMost people don’t want to go under the knife. In fact, it should be the very last resort after giving conservative treatment a try. People want to have viable options when it comes to control over their personal healthcare decisions. Fortunately, our nation has moved into a more collaborative mode of healthcare decision-making, where the patient takes a more active role in his or her healthcare decisions. This has changed from the patriarchal old school “my doctor tells me what to do” type of environment.

Technological Forces

technology iconNot that much has changed technologically in bunion surgery. They still dissect the foot, make an incision, use a hammer and chisel to break the big toe, tighten the ligaments on the outside of the toe, and release the ligaments on the inside. As expected, this process can be painful and require months of healing and rehabilitation. Fortunately, there are natural alternatives due to improved technologies. Our procedure leverages electrical, energetic and mechanical technologies to help restore your feet.



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  • NO Recovery Time

  • NO Down Time

  • NO Scaring

  • NO Risk of Infection

  • NO Possibility of Nerve Injury

  • NO Long-Term Stiffness

  • NO Over or Under Correction of the Big Toe

  • NO Recurrence of Bunion After Surgery

Our Approach

secret iconOur non-surgical bunion procedure has many advantages. One of the most significant advantages is that we use an all-inclusive, comprehensive approach to not only address your bunions, but all of the problems that come along with them. Problems that we also address are:

  • Ankle, Foot, and Toe Alignment
  • Muscle Imbalance
  • Nerve Function
  • Foot Health
  • Foot Swelling
  • Joint Inflammation/Rehydration
  • Poor Joint Motion
  • Bad Posture
  • Muscle Tightness and Pain
  • Limited Range of Motion
  • Foot Muscle Strength
  • Gait

We refer to this as our 12 Point Bunion No Surgery System.

As you can see, we look further into the causes of the bunion; and, take a much more comprehensive approach than most other practitioners. For example, if you have problems with the nerves of your lower back, this may cause your foot to roll inward (toward your big toe). We call this pronation of the foot. This is a common contributing factor in the development of bunions. If you have pronation in your feet, we address this.

This procedure is not for everyone. Some people are not an appropriate candidate for this procedure. It is possible that you may require surgical intervention. After receiving your free consultation, we will make a determination if you are a candidate or not. If you are an appropriate candidate, we will work together to help you achieve the positive results we expect.

Here Are Those Results Again 

Bunion Case 4 BEFORE Bunion Case 4 AFTER

Bunion Case 2 BEFORE Case 2 AFTER

The Downside to Bunion Surgery

new iconThe cost of bunion surgery depends on the severity of the case. When you include the anesthesiologist fees, hospital fees, surgical center fees, pre-op fees (such as x-rays and tests), pain medication, antibiotics (to prevent infection), equipment (such as crutches or a wheelchair), and post-operative shoes; the total can run anywhere between $5,000 up to $40,000 depending on the severity of the case.

Since the actual surgery involves dissecting the foot, breaking the big toe, tightening the ligaments on the outside of the toe, and releasing the ligaments on the inside; this process requires months of healing and rehabilitation. It can take anywhere between 3 months to one year to entirely heal.

The post-surgical process includes up to 2 months on crutches. Pain can be excruciating. Months of swelling and prescribed inactivity will prevent you from performing many of your daily activities, including exercising. You also need to factor in your opportunity costs of missing work or being less productive at work.

During the surgery, the surgeon must be extremely careful when contemplating the location of the incision on the foot through which to perform the procedure. Care must be taken to avoid damaging or injuring the sensory nerve that passes along the medial or inner border of the foot, the metatarsal-phalangeal joint, and the medial aspect of the great toe. Injury or damage to this nerve can lead to permanent numbness along the incision areas as well as the potential formation of a painful Neuroma, or swollen nerve tissue.

Moving the metatarsal head is based upon a doctor’s judgment at the time of surgery. Hallux Varus is when there is over correction and the first metatarsal remains in its anatomical position, while the toe moves away from the foot, towards the middle of the body. Unfortunately, once this happens, it is difficult to repair.

After surgery, unwanted or unexpected long-term big toe stiffness can occur. This is typically the result of the body’s response to the insult of the surgical procedure. When the toe gets stiff like this, it alters your gait and can cause new problems affecting the knee, ankle, hip, and lower back.

Another post- surgical complication after bunion surgery is the possibility of infection. This can be a catastrophic problem. Wound infections develop from the migration of germs that normally inhabit the skin into the wound, where they are capable of rapidly growing. Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI) are surprisingly the 4th leading cause of death in the USA. More people die in hospitals from HAI each year than AIDS, car accidents and breast cancer combined.

If you care about the way your feet look after surgery, you have to consider the fact that scaring is a reality of the surgical procedure. It can take many years for a scar to begin to fade or become less sensitive.

Your Options

info iconUp until very recently, you could either have surgery or go to a podiatrist who might try to address the bunion non-surgically by recommending orthotics. These orthotics attempt to straighten the big toe; but, podiatrists admit that this method alone is ineffective and may only help in slowing the bunion from getting increasingly worse.

The doctor could also choose to inject the foot with a cortisone injection to decrease inflammation. This can lead to very bad side effects, such as thinning or death of the nearby bone, joint infection, nerve damage, thinning of the skin and soft tissue around the injection site, and possible tendon weakening or rupture. Thus, these two strategies (orthotics and cortisone injections) will attempt to temporarily solve the problems associated with your bunions; but, you are just masking the problems for a short period of time while risking the possibility of some very bad side effects. These procedures only attempt to address one or two elements of the 12 Point Bunion No Surgery System which we address.

As a doctor that studies the musculoskeletal and nervous system, I can tell you that the nerves which come out of your lower back affect your muscle’s function. If your foot or toe are not aligned properly because the muscles are weak on one side; then, the podiatrist is ignoring the root cause of the problem. We address everything from muscles, nerve function, posture, and bony structural alignment. We look much further into the root causes and address all the potential problems associated with your bunions.

The podiatrist may also prescribe anti-inflammatory drugs for a considerable period of time. We know that this can lead to gastrointestinal bleeding. Anti-inflammatory drugs also have the reputation of being the number one cause of kidney failure in the United States.

Approximately 70,000 people are hospitalized, and 20,000 people die each year in the United States of gastrointestinal bleeding linked to anti-inflammatory drugs. Thus, you don’t want to take anti-inflammatory drugs on a longer term basis. This is particularly true as you get older.

The other thing you can do is nothing. If you want to do nothing, I understand. Chances are, your foot may be a little bit more deformed than it was 5 years ago. Thus, by doing nothing, you can expect that over the next 5 years it is going to be a little worse. The longer you wait, the harder it will be to address your bunion problem.

The fact is, the longer you wait, the harder it will be to correct your bunions using a conservative approach. It also means, your problem will be harder to correct with surgery and more difficult for you to recover.

I am sure you know somebody in your life who has had surgery at an older age. Do you remember how difficult it was for them to recover?

In contrast to the options just mentioned, the 12 Point Bunion No Surgery System has:

  • NO Recovery Time
  • NO Down Time
  • NO Scaring
  • NO Risk of Infection
  • NO Possibility of Nerve Injury
  • NO Long-Term Stiffness
  • NO Over or Under Correction of the Big Toe
  • NO Recurrence of Bunion After Surgery

Special Offer

gift iconHere is what we offer in this all-inclusive, comprehensive 12 Point Bunion No Surgery System. A thorough exam that will not only look at your big toe; but, will also look at your foot, ankle, knee, hip, and lower back.

After the examination, if you are an appropriate candidate (remember- this procedure is not appropriate for everyone), we will move forward with a very comprehensive and holistic approach. We will address the alignment of all structures previously mentioned using very specific electrical micro-current technology and other advanced techniques.

We will also use specific protocols to address how the nerves are firing and controlling the muscles associated with your bunion problem. You will then be sent home with very specific corrective techniques and tools that will help contribute to the success of the procedure.

I am offering a FREE, NO OBLIGATION consultation in order to determine if the 12 Point Bunion No Surgery System is right for you.

My role as a holistic healthcare provider is to provide safe, cost-effective, high quality, and natural solutions for your bunions and the many problems that come along with them. Make an appointment today to see if this bunion surgery alternative is right for you.

Call us today at 303-532-4844 to set up your FREE, NO OBLIGATION CONSULTATION.

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  • NO Recovery Time

  • NO Down Time

  • NO Scaring

  • NO Risk of Infection

  • NO Possibility of Nerve Injury

  • NO Long-Term Stiffness

  • NO Over or Under Correction of the Big Toe

  • NO Recurrence of Bunion After Surgery