It all starts with the Sinus Tarsi...
The sinus tarsi is a naturally-occurring space between the ankle and heel bones. When your feet are aligned, the sinus tarsi stays in a constant open position. When your feet are misaligned, it collapses when weight is applied to the foot, i.e. walking, running, jumping, etc.
When the sinus tarsi collapse, it causes the ankle bone to displace from its normal position on the heel bone. This prompts an abnormal inward rotation of the ankle bone, which causes
This under-treated, yet
Symptoms and Side Effects
Common symptoms in children and adults include:
- Growing pains/Shin Splints
- Heel Pain/Spurs – “Plantar Fasciitis”
- Tendon and Ligament Strain
- Knee, Hip and Back Pain
This condition will not resolve on its own.
Patients do not grow out of it and it cannot be properly treated with exercise or physical therapy. It is an anatomical, internal problem and only an internal solution can restore proper alignment.
The secondary effects of
Don’t just mask the symptoms. Fix the underlying Cause.
HyProCure® is a titanium stent that is placed into the sinus Tarsi to prevent it from collapsing, which stabilizes the ankle bone.
The HyProCure® procedure is minimally invasive and is typically
Most patients are walking normally within a few weeks. The bones, tendons
HyProCure® is an
Cause for Concern…
These may be signs of a serious, yet easily treatable condition. While some of these symptoms may appear to go away on their own, the underlying cause still exists. Over time, the symptoms resurface, manifesting as different, more severe, medical conditions.
The basis of these progressive problems cannot be outgrown or effectively treated with exercise or physical therapy. They are part of an anatomical, internal problem and are best treated by an internal solution.
Rediscover your life with HyProCure®!
The HyProCure® procedure can dramatically reduce, and even eliminate, your symptoms while improving your quality of life.
Following the procedure:
- You should be able to gently step on your foot.
- Swelling and bruising
iscommon for the first several days.
- There is a temporary period of abnormal walking until your foot adapts to its corrected position.
- After the first year, your body has typically fully adapted.