Bowlegs are a social impairment as much as a physical deformity. It can lower a person’s self-esteem affecting his social interactions. Bow leg is a physical disorder where the lower leg protrudes outward resembling an archer’s bow with respect to the thighs.
Bow Legs No More by Sarah Brown:
Having bow legs herself, Sarah Brown knows more than anyone how it feels to have the condition. With all the humiliation and embarrassment, she has lost hope for a cure for her condition. Then, she decided to go to a physiotherapist. While surgery is the last resort to cure Sarah’s condition, the physiotherapist claims she knows a cure. And that was the start of Sarah’s new shot at life.
Sarah Brown’s Bow Legs No More reveals a non-surgical way to cure bow legs. Through specific leg exercises, the arch will realign with the thighs abandoning its bow-like structure. All the activities in the book show easy home exercises that will strengthen and tone the legs to support the recovery from bow legs. A checklist also provides a guide to measuring the person’s recovery progress. Sarah also includes a list of do’s and don’ts in curing bow legs.
People, who have found Sarah’s cure, have experienced a significant change in their lives: With their improved gait and posture, they can now wear any clothes they want; their rejuvenated confidence in their shaped and toned legs attracts the attention they want from the opposite sex; and now, they don’t have to live in fear of bow leg-related joint problems in the
Sarah’s life-changing cure helps the others revive their zeal for life. With her book as their salvation, it brings a chance for a normal life. Sarah made sure that in sharing her experiences, the others will not have to endure the pain and rejection that she did.
The book is helpful and informative for people with bow legs. It exposes the many facets of the disorder that science cannot unveil. Likewise, the book radiates with pure passion and confidence to help others conquer their disability. Sarah reaches out to others with the same condition to let them see what she has found: a new hope.