HyProCure-The solution you have been waiting for

Stop suffering from the side effects of misaligned feet…HyProCure is the solution you have been waiting for!

HyProCure is an internal stabilization device that is placed inside the foot. The device is a titanium stent which is placed into the sinus tarsi to instantly stabilize and re-align the hind-foot. The overall balance and alignment of the foot and ankle will be improved as well as imbalances created in the rest of the body. The procedure is minimally invasive and usually performed under local anesthesia and most patients are back to normal walking within a few weeks.

If you are suffering from misaligned feet, this treatment is for you! Not sure if you have this condition? Some common symptoms include growing pains/shin splints, over pronation/ hyperpronation, bunions/hammertoes, heel pain/spurs, tendon and ligament strain, and knee, hip or back pain. 

Don’t suffer any longer! Call our office today at 203-791-0466 if you are interested in this procedure and if you would like to have Dr. Betschart evaluate your feet for misalignment. 

Author
Paul Betschart, DPM Dr. Betschart has over 26 years of experience in treating patients of all ages with all kinds of foot and ankle conditions. His mission is to provide you with helpful information about foot and ankle issues and the latest developments in healthcare.

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