Many years ago, a very interesting study was published, in a journal called Science, in the Journal of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, which showed a clear link between the number of feet and foot deformities. In other words, if you have more than five foot deformities, you will have to wear more shoes or get an amputation. There is a common misconception that people get an amputation for foot deformities, because they don't have feet, or their feet are too small, or something. In fact, the real reason that amputation is used is to prevent further deformities. These deformities are caused by a condition called avulsion fracture, which means that the bone around the fracture is split apart. The broken bone is then pulled into the foot, which then pulls the rest of the foot in too, causing a lot of pain. In addition, a large amount of the pressure in the foot is pulled in the wrong direction, which will cause more pain and a lot of stress. I have seen quite a few doctors say "Oh, you have too many foot deformities. You can't afford the products." The fact is, if you have feet that are too big, too small, or have any deformities, you need to get your feet checked out.