HyProCure relieves, and can even prevent, a variety of seemingly unrelated foot and body conditions by correcting a commonly unknown problem—misaligned feet.
When your feet are misaligned, it leads to a chain reaction of misalignment in the body, affecting the knees, hips and back, often resulting in pain when standing, walking and running. The most common sign of misaligned feet is the inward rolling of the ankles, which is called Hyperpronation. However, misaligned feet can lead to a variety of other symptoms including, flat feet, foot pain, back pain, knee pain, hip pain, bunions and hammertoe.
- Back Pain
- Hip Pain
- Knee Pain
- Flat Feet
- Heel Pain (Plantar Fasciitis)
- Growing Pains
- Shin Splints
- Weight Gain
- The more active you are, the more you hurt.
Other Clues of Misalignment
- The need for orthopedic shoes as an adult.
- Prescribed insoles or orthopedics as a child.
- Shoes that are excessively worn on the inner or outer portion of the heel.
Why Choose HyProCure?
Custom-Made Arch Supports vs. HyProCure
Arch supports are inserts that are placed inside your shoe and are typically used to restore a fallen arch and cushion the bottom of the foot. While arch supports may temporarily alleviate pain and imbalance symptoms, they cannot stabilize the ankle bone, prevent excessive ankle bone motion or permanently restore a misaligned foot. They also only work when they are worn, so if you are barefoot or want to wear open-heeled shoes, your symptoms will return.
Traditional Reconstructive Surgery vs. HyProCure
Rearfoot reconstructive surgery is typically reserved for patients with a severe deformity. These types of procedures often involve the cutting and shifting of bones, joint fusion and the transfer of tendons. This option requires a long recovery, is associated with numerous risks and complications, and, once performed, can not be reversed. Additionally, many patients must return to the operating room for removal of painful internal hardware such as pins, screws or plates.
HyProCure is a stent that fits into a naturally occurring space. There are no pins, drills or screws required. While the removal rate is low (less than 6%), HyProCure is easily removed without any permanent damage to the foot.
Compare reconstructive surgery to HyProCure below. Is all this really necessary?