Dr. Abbott is proud to offer the HyProCure® procedure.
A misaligned foot can affect the entire body. This under treated yet, common condition is seen in people of all ages throughout the world.
Talotarsal displacement, or partial talotarsal dislocation, occurs as the ankle bone displaces off its normal position and contact points on the hindfoot bones.
This creates an abnormal inward rotation of the ankle bone and outer rotation of the foot. An imbalance of forces and weight distribution results within the foot and the rest of the body while standing and with every step taken.
This is the most common cause of not only misaligned feet, but also bunions, heel pain, hammertoes, and a long list of other foot and ankle deformities. A misaligned foot/ankle can adversely affect the knees, hips and back because the foot is the foundation of the body.
HyProCure® is a titanium stent that is placed, through a minimally invasive procedure, usually under twilight/local sedation, into a naturally occurring space between the ankle and heel bones. It instantly realigns and stabilizes the hindfoot while allowing normal joint range of motion. The overall balance and alignment of the foot/ankle will be improved and the arch of the foot may appear more normal.
HyProCure® corrects this deformity at its root cause. It is an evidence based procedure that has been performed on thousands of patients of all ages. When indicated, it is used by foot and ankle surgeons globally.
Typically, most HyProCured® patients are back to normal walking within a few weeks. The bones, tendons and ligaments throughout the foot and the rest of the body will adapt to the corrected position over the following several months.
The HyProCure® procedure can dramatically reduce or even eliminate your pain while improving your quality of life.
HyProCure® permanently fixes misaligned feet, which is a common condition that can lead to
- Growning Pain/Shin Splints
- Heel Pain/Spurs-“Plantar Fasciitis”
- Tendon and Ligament Strain
- Knee, Hip and Back Pain
Learn more from friend and colleague Dr. Michael Graham