Wednesday, June 12, 2013

HyProCure® - A Real Solution for TaloTarsal Displacement

HyProCure®, a Type II Extra-Osseous TaloTarsal Stabilization (EOTTS) device, has become the leading solution for patients suffering with the symptoms and secondary conditions resulting from partial talotarsal dislocation. The condition is a foot imbalance that throws both the foot and the entire body out of alignment. It affects people of all ages and is often the direct or contributing cause of overpronation, bunions, plantar fasciitis, knee pain, hip pain, back pain and even problems in the neck and shoulders.

The device is placed deep into the canalis portion of the sinus tarsi, reestablishing the normal pivot over which the talus (ankle bone) glides, thereby properly realigning the foot and ankle bones and restoring normal function. Via a minimally invasive procedure, the HyProCure® device instantly stabilizes the hindfoot bones, stopping the continued trauma to the foot and body, and even possibly leading to the reversal of associated conditions.  HyProCure® represents a real solution for talotarsal displacement and its devastating effects throughout the body.

Potential surgical candidates can find out more about the HyProCure® solution and the devastating effects of talotarsal dislocation at

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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Misaligned Feet May be Causing Your Back pain

Back pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal complaints in people of all ages. There are many types of back pain, affecting different parts of the back in different ways and with varying intensity.

Our entire body’s alignment rests in the rear of the foot, in the area between the ankle and the heel bone. A healthy balance of these hindfoot bones is crucial to keep a balanced body alignment and a healthy posture. When partial talotarsal dislocation occurs, the alignment between the ankle bone and the hindfoot bones is lost. This causes the rear-foot to rotate inward, and forces the front of the foot to turn outward. These faulty foot mechanics cause an imbalance of forces and weight distribution throughout the entire body.

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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Will I feel the implant in my foot?

No. As long as the implant does not displace, you should not be able to feel HyProCure® after the procedure. Sometimes for the first few months a hard substance may be felt in the area of the surgery. This is scar tissue and should dissipate after several months, if present at all.

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Thursday, February 21, 2013

Who Needs This Procedure?

If you or someone close to you suffers from the symptoms or secondary conditions caused by talotarsal displacement, the HyProCure® procedure should be strongly considered as early as possible. The longer the condition is present, the more problematic the symptoms throughout the body can become.

Take a look at our symptoms and secondary conditions page to learn if partial talotarsal dislocation is affecting you, and learn how HyProCure® can restore your quality of life by resolving the problem at its root.

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

If the HyProCure® procedure is performed on a child, does it have to be replaced later in life?

The short answer is likely no, but this is not a guarantee. Normally, once the stent is inserted into the foot it never has to be changed. The bones will continue to grow peripherally around HyProCure®.

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