Monday, January 28, 2013

HyProCure® is Scientifically Proven to Stabilize Fallen Arches

The findings of a recent study on the HyProCure® talotarsal fixation device have been published in the Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery (JFAS 50 (2011) 551-557). The purpose of this research, “Radiographic Evaluation of Navicular Position in the Sagittal Plane- Correction Following an Extra-osseous Talotarsal Stabilization Procedure,” was to evaluate the effect of HyProCure® on stabilizing the inner arch of the foot. A secondary question was also answered by this study as to whether collapse of the arch occurs as a direct result of the ankle bone (talus) dislocating on the hindfoot bones or if it is the other way around, the ankle bone dislocates due to the drop of the inner arch. The findings of this study showed that once the ankle bone was repositioned back to its normal position on the heel bone and stabilized by HyProCure®, there was restoration of arch height. Furthermore, the correction to the inner arch was maintained over time. The data for the study was collected by a retrospective x-ray analysis by Dr. Michael E. Graham, podiatric surgeon and inventor of the HyProCure® device.

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Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Where is the Evidence for HyProCure®?

So you have heard all the great things about Extra-Osseous TaloTarsal Stabilization using HyProCure®, but how do you know what to believe?

Wait no longer, scientific evidence has been presented and published. please visit to view summaries of all the published studies on the HyProCure® procedure.

If you are interested in learning the difference between HyProCure® and other EOTTS devices, please click here to view the our presentation "HyProCure® vs Arthroereisis."

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Why Suffer with Bunions - Find a Real Solution

Traditional bunion corrective surgical techniques are like cutting a wedge out of the leaning tower of Pisa to make it straight when the real problem was with the foundation. The osteo-WEDGETM Open Wedge Bone Locking System fixes the deformity at its foundation. With osteo-WEDGETM, patients and foot surgeons have a new option for permanent correction, without the limitations of other methods. The procedure is less invasive and patients should experience a quicker recovery than they would with the alternates.

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