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HyProCure® Procedure: Innovative Treatment of Flat Feet and other Related Orthopedic Conditions

Flat feet and "over-pronation" are leading causes of foot pain and can also be present alongside other painful orthopedic conditions of the foot such as bunions, hammertoes, arthritis, arch pain, heel pain, and plantar fasciitis. Sometimes flat feet and hyper-pronated feet can create symptoms elsewhere in the body such a knee pain, hip pain, or back pain due to misalignment of the feet, the foundation of the body, while we are standing and walking.

What is HyProCure® and the EOTTS procedure?

EOTTS and HyProCure® Have Given Hope To Tens of Thousands Of Patients Who Have Suffered As A Result Of Misaligned Feet.

Here is everything that you need to know about HyProCure®

"EOTTS" stands for extra-osseous talotarsal stabilization.

This is a minimal-invasive procedure where an FDA-cleared titanium stent implant is placed into a naturally occurring space between the ankle and heel bones. The space, called the sinus tarsi, should always be open. There is no drilling or cutting of bone with this procedure. The ankle bone (talus) is re-positioned on the heel bone which re-opens the space. The space is then sized to determine which size stent stabilizes the ankle bone adequately, while still allowing the normal amount of hind foot motion. The stent is held in place by the bony chamber and the soft tissues found in this space. The HyProCure stent device is made by the GraMedica® company in the USA, and has the greatest success rate, is time-tested, and backed by extensive scientific research.

How is EOTTS performed?

The EOTTS HyProCure procedure is normally performed under a local anesthesia. Although, some patients also prefer to have an IV sedation to completely relax them during this 20-30 minute procedure. One of the many advantages with this is that it can be performed on both children and adults. Even when the HyProCure stent is placed into a child’s foot, it is unlikely that it will have to be replaced later on in life. The good news is that the procedure is also reversible if needed.

Why Get EOTTS-HyProCure®?

Misaligned foot bones under the ankle joint are responsible for the majority of chronic problems in the foot and ankle. This common condition also leads to a chain reaction of destructive forces acting on the knees, hips, and back. The EOTTS offers so many advantages over any form of treatment, and it simply makes sense. There is no other comparable treatment option that offers realignment and stabilization of the hind foot, when indicated.

The EOTTS-HyProCure can decrease strain to your feet, knees, hips and back. Furthermore, this can be a life-changing procedure that will help in so many other ways. For instance, now that your feet are realigned, you will be able to walk easier without the limiting pain. This means you will be able to increase your metabolism and with a healthy diet you should be able lose weight easier. This will reverse the effects of many associated conditions of weight-gain, like obesity, diabetes, and high blood pressure.

The HyProCure® stent is the leading device for the EOTTS procedure.

The HyProCure stent is the leading orthopedic device for EOTTS procedure. It has been FDA cleared since 2004, and is used by leading orthopedic and pediatric surgeons in over 60 countries. In fact, tens of thousands of pediatric and adult patients have been helped with this innovative implant around the world. Finally, an internal solution that doesn’t involve complex joint-limiting surgery, an extended recovery, or associated complications is now available. The research behind the HyProCure device has proven it to be the best sinus tarsi stent.

Is EOTTS and HyProCure® right for me?

In order to be a qualified candidate for the EOTTS-HyProCure procedure, you must have a flexible hind foot. This means that your ankle bone can be easily repositioned, and your hind foot can be realigned while sitting or standing. The best and only way to really know is for an Atlas Foot Alignment Institute™ recognized, HyProCure-trained foot specialist to examine your foot clinically and to confirm this with radiographic imaging. Schedule your examination today!

Call 561-293-3439 now to schedule your appointment.

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