HyProCure®

Collection by HyProCure® • Last updated 8 weeks ago

830 
Pins
 • 
53 
Followers

HyProCure® is an FDA cleared orthopedic medical device. It is a titanium stent that is placed, through a minimally invasive procedure, into a naturally occurring space between the ankle and heel bones.

HyProCure®
Misaligned, flat feet, foot pain, heel pain, plantar fasciitis, knee pain, hip pain, back pain, bunion, bunions, plantar neuropathy, ankle pain, ankle surgery, foot and ankle, running, runners, foot doctor, foot surgery.

Reinsertion of hyprocure implant

Misaligned, flat feet, foot pain, heel pain, plantar fasciitis, knee pain, hip pain, back pain, bunion, bunions, plantar neuropathy, ankle pain, ankle surgery, foot and ankle, running, runners, foot doctor, foot surgery.

22 years old female patient with hyprocure in the right foot and history of plantar fasciitis. Now, no more pain. 22 Years Old, Year Old, Flat Feet, Heel Pain, Plantar Fasciitis, Medical, Female, History, Medical Doctor

22 yr old female patient hyprocure

22 years old female patient with hyprocure in the right foot and history of plantar fasciitis. Now, no more pain.

Patient almost 14 years old female with hyprocure on the right side, 2 months post-op

Post op 2 month after hyprocure right side

Patient almost 14 years old female with hyprocure on the right side, 2 months post-op

Here is a CP patient x 2 yrs ago having hyprocure bilateral feet, very happy patient. Cerebral Palsy, Foot Pain, Happy, Ser Feliz, Happiness, Leg Pain, Being Happy

Successful hyprocure CP patient

Here is a CP patient x 2 yrs ago having hyprocure bilateral feet, very happy patient.

There is a lot of information about the Hyprocure (Subtalar joint arthroereisis) regarding how it improves foot and leg alignment and plenty of videos demonstrating the surgical technique. In this video, we go through the above, but also discuss what the patient is experiencing 2 weeks post surgery. Surgery, Flexibility, Legs, Videos, Back Walkover, Bridge, Bones

Hyprocure for Flexible Flat foot: Pre-operative, Intra-operative and Post-operative assessment.

There is a lot of information about the Hyprocure (Subtalar joint arthroereisis) regarding how it improves foot and leg alignment and plenty of videos demonstrating the surgical technique. In this video, we go through the above, but also discuss what the patient is experiencing 2 weeks post surgery.

HyProCure implant is an excellent resource utilized to fix, and as a long term solution, to treat pediatric flat foot. This procedure, the Extraosseous Talotarsal Stabilization procedure is utilized when inserts are just not sufficient and reconstructive surgery is just too aggressive. The pediatric flat foot is a very complicated structure where multiple joints will combine to create the deformity that we see. The flat foot is seen as the arch of the foot will depress and flatten out... Pediatrics, Surgery, The Cure, Arch, Flat, Create, Longbow, Bass, Wedding Arches

Hyprocure - Symptoms & Cure for Misaligned Feet

HyProCure implant is an excellent resource utilized to fix, and as a long term solution, to treat pediatric flat foot. This procedure, the Extraosseous Talotarsal Stabilization procedure is utilized when inserts are just not sufficient and reconstructive surgery is just too aggressive. The pediatric flat foot is a very complicated structure where multiple joints will combine to create the deformity that we see. The flat foot is seen as the arch of the foot will depress and flatten out...

HyProCure® Animation - Learn more about HyProCure® and how it works

HyProCure® Animation - Learn more about HyProCure® and how it works

Learn more about the HyProCure® procedure and how it is the permanent solution for talotarsal displacement and hyperpronation. Narrated by Dr. Michael E. Graham, podiatric surgeon and inventor of HyProCure.

What People with Hammertoes Need to Know about Toe Implants - HyProCure Toenail Problems, Hammer Toe, Podiatry, Foot Pain, Plantar Fasciitis, A Decade, Science And Technology, Trauma, Need To Know

What People with Hammertoes Need to Know about Toe Implants - HyProCure - The Proven Solution to Misaligned Feet

What People with Hammertoes Need to Know about Toe Implants - HyProCure

What causes hammertoe? Hammertoe is the result of an imbalance in the foot that causes your toes to essentially "grasp" the ground when you stand. Hammer Toe, Muscles, Take That, Handle, Muscle, Knob

What is Hammertoe? What Causes Hammertoe?

The term hammertoe refers to a toe that is stuck in a bent or curled position. What Causes Hammertoe? Hammertoe is the result of an imbalance in the foot that causes your toes to essentially “grasp” the ground when you stand. The “grasping” is why the toes become bent or curled. Basically, your toe muscles are bracing themselves in an attempt to correct the imbalance and handle the weight of your body every time you take a step.

HyProCure fixes the root cause of bunions without the pain and downtime required with traditional reconstructive surgery. Get Rid Of Bunions, Big Toe, Common Myths, Trauma, Bump, High Heels, Shoes, High Heels Mules, Zapatos

What is a Bunion? What Causes a Bunion? Get Rid of Bunions.

A bunion is a bump that appears to “grow” out of the inner portion of your foot at the base of the big toe. They vary in size and can be very painful. Some bunions are congenital (you are born with it), while others have been brought on by some sort of trauma to the foot. A common myth is that bunions occur from wearing high heels or tight, ill-fitting shoes.

A guide to heel pain Achilles Tendon, Heel Pain, Plantar Fasciitis, Bones, Feels, Dice

What is Heel Pain? What Causes Heel Pain? Who Gets Heel Pain? Heel Pain Symptoms

Heel pain is a common foot problem. The sufferer usually feels pain either under the heel (planter fasciitis) or just behind it (Achilles tendinitis), where the Achilles tendon connects to the heel bone. There are 26 bones in the human foot, of which the heel (calcaneus) is the largest. The human heel is designed to provide a rigid support for the weight of the body.

To understand “Overpronation” it’s important to first understand pronation. Pronation is a normal function of the foot. It is the inward motion of the ankle bone and outward motion of the rest of the foot bones. This occurs naturally when the foot hits the ground and weight is applied. Pronation is a good thing; it cushions the foot and the entire body and keeps the foot and ankles protected from hard impact and uneven ground surface. Overpronation occurs when the inward motion of the… Surface, Rest, Cushions, How To Apply, Throw Pillows, Pillows, Pillow Forms

Waht is Pronation? What is Overpronation?What Causes Overpronation?What are the Treatment Options?

To understand “Overpronation” it’s important to first understand pronation. Pronation is a normal function of the foot. It is the inward motion of the ankle bone and outward motion of the rest of the foot bones. This occurs naturally when the foot hits the ground and weight is applied. Pronation is a good thing; it cushions the foot and the entire body and keeps the foot and ankles protected from hard impact and uneven ground surface. Overpronation occurs when the inward motion of the…

Flat Feet - common problem for many people. Get rid of your flat feet! Fallen Arches, Flat Feet, Pediatrics, Medical, Flats, Big, Natural, Heels

What are Flat Feet? What Causes Flat Feet? How are my Flat Feet Affecting Me? Flat Foot Types.

Having flat feet means having feet that don’t have a proper arch. Flat feet are a common problem that affects pediatric, adult, and geriatric patients alike. There are three different types of flat foot:...Flat feet occur when there is a misalignment in the hindfoot (ankle bone and heel bone) that is “forcing” the natural arch in your feet to lower. While having flat feet doesn’t sound like a big deal, they are actually throwing the entire body out of alignment, which affects our ability…

Chronic Knee Pain: When our feet are out-of-alignment this leads to a chain reaction up our body. The result of a misaligned foot is a misaligned knee. Knee Problem, Signs And Symptoms, Knee Pain, Medical, Children, Women, Medical Doctor, Boys, Kids

What is Knee Pain? What Causes Knee Pain? Who Gets Knee Pain? Symptoms. Knee pain categories.

Knee pain is a common problem that can originate in any of the bony structures compromising the knee joint, the kneecap, or the ligaments and cartilage of the knee. Knee pain can be divided into three major categories...Men, women, and children can have knee problems. Some things that increase your risk are...Signs and symptoms that may accompany knee pain include...How Can HyProCure Help? HyProCure is a small titanium stent that is inserted into the sinus tarsi fixing hyperpronation at…

Many different problems can cause hip pain. When the body is out of misalignment, a number of effects occur, including hip pain. Knee Osteoarthritis, Body Joints, Hip Pain, Blood Vessels, Thigh, Bones, Thighs, Dice

What is Hip Pain? What Causes Hip Pain? Who Gets Hip Pain? Symptoms of Hip Pain.

Hip pain involves any pain in or around the hip joint. You may not feel pain from your hip directly over the hip area. You may feel it in your groin or pain in your thigh or knee. Many different problems can cause hip pain. Abnormalities of the skin, nerves, bones, joints, and blood vessels can all result in pain. Sometimes diseases that affect other joints in the body, such as the inflammation resulting from arthritis, can be the cause of hip pain...

Back pain includes lower back pain, middle back pain, and upper back pain. Find out how HyProCure can help you get rid of your back pain. Middle Back Pain, Upper Back Pain, Low Back Pain, Our Body, Bodies, Medical, Times, Space, Mid Back Pain

What causes back pain? We’ve all experienced that uncomfortable ache in the lower or upper back.

Back pain is relatively common and can be caused by a variety of scenarios—sleeping the wrong way, sitting at a poorly configured work space all day, or just plain old aging— but while back pain is common and there are many reasons why we may experience it, it shouldn’t be constant. Many times, we attribute back pain to “being on my feet for too long” or “not wearing the right shoes”, but our bodies are naturally designed to withstand being on our feet for extended periods of time.