HyProCure

graphic of what a hypocure looks like

Hyper pronation from misaligned feet can make everyday walking a painful experience that impacts your freedom of movement and quality of life. This situation only gets worse when other complications add to the issue by causing splaying of the foot. Patients with this condition often require wider and typically harder to find shoes that only come in a limited variety of styles. These concerns have been addressed using invasive surgery techniques in the past, including arthrodesis and cutting of the heel. Thankfully, the arrival of HyProCure has provided a better treatment option that restores quality of life and relieves day-to-day pain from walking.

What Is HyProCure?

HyProCure is a new minimally invasive procedure that can be done quickly and easily in under 20 minutes. A space that naturally occurs between the bones of your foot is used to place the HyProCure device to provide instant stabilization of the hindfoot while providing instant realignment. In many patients, this step will be sufficient to address the concern, though the complex nature of the foot may require additional treatments to achieve the desired result. Once completed, the patient should experience a normal range of motion in the joint and proper weight distribution across their feet.

What Conditions Can HyProCure Treat, And What Symptoms Are There?

HyProCure was developed to treat a condition known as misaligned feet that manifests as hyper pronation resulting from the ankle bone slipping away from the heel bone. The most common symptoms that may indicate you’re experiencing this condition include:

  • Bunions
  • Flat Feet
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Hammertoes
  • Knee, Back, Hip, and Neck Pain

Is The Procedure Require Sedation?

The discomfort associated with the procedure does require some degree of sedation. Most patients will find that local sedation or a twilight sleep state will be sufficient to undergo the procedure. You will require transportation home following the procedure since your feet will require some time to heal. In cases where additional treatments are needed to achieve the desired result, additional forms of sedation may have to be considered.

What Is Recovery From HyProCure Like?

While the treatment is quick and easy, usually requiring less than 20 minutes to finish, the procedure does require additional recovery time. In most cases, patients have fully recovered from the treatment within a couple of weeks, and are able to enjoy normal activities after this point. The recovery period may take longer, depending on the physical condition of the patient before the treatment. Over time the entire body will adjust to the new strength and support of the foot, with ligaments, bones, and tendons all adapting over time.

HyProCure Handbook

What Conditions Can HyProCure Treat, And What Symptoms Are There?

HyProCure was developed to treat a condition known as misaligned feet that manifests as hyper pronation resulting from the ankle bone slipping away from the heel bone. The most common symptoms that may indicate you’re experiencing this condition include:

  • Bunions
  • Flat Feet
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Hammertoes
  • Knee, Back, Hip, and Neck Pain

Is The Procedure Require Sedation?

The discomfort associated with the procedure does require some degree of sedation. Most patients will find that local sedation or a twilight sleep state will be sufficient to undergo the procedure. You will require transportation home following the procedure since your feet will require some time to heal. In cases where additional treatments are needed to achieve the desired result, additional forms of sedation may have to be considered.

What Is Recovery From HyProCure Like?

While the treatment is quick and easy, usually requiring less than 20 minutes to finish, the procedure does require additional recovery time. In most cases, patients have fully recovered from the treatment within a couple of weeks, and are able to enjoy normal activities after this point. The recovery period may take longer, depending on the physical condition of the patient before the treatment. Over time the entire body will adjust to the new strength and support of the foot, with ligaments, bones, and tendons all adapting over time.

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