How HyProCure Works

HyProCure corrects misaligned feet, or hyperpronation, at its root cause. HyProCure is specifically designed to fix talotarsal displacement, a common condition where the ankle turns inward and the forefoot turns outward.

When your feet are aligned, your ankle bone (talus) sits directly on top of your heel bone (calcaneus). The front edge of each bone is almost aligned with the other (the front edge of your ankle bone slightly overlaps the front edge of your heel bone) and there is a naturally occurring space in between them, called the sinus tarsi.

When your feet are misaligned, your ankle bone falls forward and out of line with your heel bone. This causes the sinus tarsi to collapse and the natural arch in your foot to fall flat. In fact, having flat feet is not so much a symptom, as it is the visible collapse of the sinus tarsi.

HyProCure is placed into the sinus tarsi and keeps the space from collapsing. This realigns the foot, restores the natural joint motion and redistributes the weight and balance of the body. HyProCure is a real and permanent solution for faulty foot mechanics and significantly reduces the negative effect on the body as a result of having misaligned feet.

Symptoms of Misaligned Feet

Back Pain

Overpronation

Back Pain

Heel Pain

Knee Pain

Bunions

Flat Feet

Hammertoes

What are Flat Feet?

Flexible Flat Foot

This is the most common form of flat foot. It means that there is an arch when there isn’t any pressure on the foot, but when you stand the arch collapses. This type of flat foot can be put back into its “normal” position during standing.

Semi Flexible Flat Foot

With semi flexible flat foot, there isn’t much of an arch with or without pressure on the foot. The foot flattens out more during standing. This type of flat foot cannot be put fully back into its “normal” position.

Rigid Flat Foot

With rigid flat foot, the foot has no arch on or off the ground and it cannot be manually forced back into its normal position on or off the ground.

What Causes Flatfeet?

Flat feet occur when their is a misalignment in the hindfoot (ankle bone and heel bone) that is “forcing” the natural arch in your feet to lower.

When your feet are aligned, your ankle bone (talus) sits directly on top of your heel bone (calcaneus). The front edge of each bone is almost aligned with the other (the front edge of your ankle bone slightly overlaps the front edge of your heel bone) and there is a naturally occurring space in between them, called the sinus tarsi.

When your feet are misaligned, your ankle bone falls forward and out of line with your heel bone. This causes the sinus tarsi to collapse and the natural arch in your foot to fall flat as shown in the video below. In fact, having flat feet is not so much a symptom, as it is the visible collapse of the sinus tarsi.

However, it is important to understand that not all people who have misaligned feet have flat feet.  About 25% of people with a foot misalignment have a normal arch. This is because of individual bone structure—the tilt in their heel bone is higher than usual. It is common for those with flat feet to be prescribed expensive orthotics or insoles. While these may provide slight relief, they don’t prevent your sinus tarsi from collapsing and only work when you are wearing shoes.

How Can HyProCure Help?

HyProCure is a small titanium stent that is inserted into the sinus tarsi fixing flat foot at its root by keeping the sinus tarsi in a stable open position. This keeps your ankle bone from sliding forward and off of your heel bone and the rest of your body in its natural alignment.

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