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HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
HyProCure Before & After
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HyProCure Before & After

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HyProCure is an internal talotarsal stabilization device. It offers internal correction for an internal deformity. It is indicated in pediatric, adult and geriatric patients with flexible talotarsal …

HyProCure is an internal talotarsal stabilization device. It offers internal correction for an internal deformity. It is indicated in pediatric, adult and geriatric patients with flexible talotarsal dislocation.

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  • 1. HyProCure®Extra-Osseous TaloTarsal Stabilization<br />Before & After<br />
  • 2. www.HyProCure.com<br />“Simplicity is <br />achieving maximum results <br />with minimal effort”<br />
  • 3. What exactly can be achieved with HyProCure®?<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 4. HyProCure®is a very valuable effective tool.<br />Let’s take a closer look.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 5. Once the talus is stabilized on the talotarsal mechanism many things will happen.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 6. There will be a significant decrease in strain on many important structures of the foot and ankle!<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 7. Forefoot valgus- reduced.<br />“Too many toes” sign, abductory twist, posterior tibial tendon dysfunction, over-pronation, adductovarus hammertoes.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 8. Forefoot Valgus- reduced.<br />“Too many toes” sign no longer present.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 9. Forefoot Valgus- reduced.<br />Abductory twist – <br />decreased shear forces to the ball of the foot.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 10. Forefoot Valgus- reduced.<br />Over-pronation is decreased.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 11. Forefoot Valgus- reduced.<br />Adductovarus/flexor stabilization digital deformities <br />are also significantly reduced.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 12. What do you see?<br />Significant medial talar head bulging, increased pressure and tension on and within the tarsal tunnel decreasing blood flow, traumatizing the posterior tibial nerve, increased strain to posterior tibial tendon?<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 13. What do you see?<br />Medial dislocation of the talar head, <br />transverse plane deformity- internally stabilized with HyProCure .<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 14. Hind-foot Effects?<br />Think about the strongest supinator of the foot. The medial bands of the Achilles tendon have a significantly increased strain. The Gastro-Soleal complex has to overcome the hyperpronatory forces to bring the hind-foot back to neutral position along with the tibialis posterior to supinate the foot during the gait cycle.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 15. Pre & Post EOTTS withHyProCure®<br />Patient fully weightbearing in relaxed stance position. <br />This post-op photo is 3 weeks post-HyProCure placement.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 16. Pre & Post EOTTS withHyProCure®<br />The height of the navicular is maintained <br />therefore stabilizing the arch.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 17. Pre & Post HyProCure®<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 18. Pre & Post HyProCure®<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 19. Pre & Post HyProCure®<br />Let’s again think about what is occurring in the pre-op foot. <br />The tibialis posterior tendon is being abnormally stretched with every step taken and while standing due to talotarsal dislocation.<br />Immediately upon the insertion of <br />HyProCure this strain is eliminated.<br />Finally the body has a chance to heal the diseased tendon. <br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 20. Can we all agree that this foot has alignment issues?<br />Talus is dislocating on the talotarsal mechanism. <br />This foot is mechanically disadvantage.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 21. 3 Days after being HyProCured.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 22. 3 Days after being HyProCured.<br />This foot not internally corrected.<br />We don’t have to worry about patient compliance.<br />Excessive strain is eliminated.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 23. 3 Days HyProCured.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 24. Which foot would you rather have?<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 25. Let’s take a look at what happens inside.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 26. What’s Normal<br /><ul><li>Talus is sitting on top of the calcaneus
  • 27. Articulating facets are in complete contact
  • 28. Sinus tarsi is in an “open” position
  • 29. Cyma Line normal
  • 30. Navicular elevated</li></ul>www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 31. What’s Abnormal<br /><ul><li>Talus not sitting on top of the calcaneus
  • 32. Articulating facets are partially displaced
  • 33. Sinus tarsi is partially collapsed/obliterated
  • 34. Anterior deviated Cyma
  • 35. Navicular has dropped.</li></ul>www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 36. Comparison<br />Normal<br />Abnormal<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 37. Repositioning of the talus on the tarsal mechanism.<br />HyProCure stabilizes the talus to prevent anterior dislocation. Maintains the articular facets, keeps the sinus open.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 38. Talar declination decreased and brought back to normal alignment.<br />HyProCure restores talar position on the tarsal mechanism.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 39. Navicular Drop<br />The navicular is forced out of position due to the excessive abnormal forces from the talar displacement. Stabilization of the talus internally prevents navicular drop. <br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 40. What is wrong with this picture.<br />Plantarflexed talus<br />Anterior deviation of cyma<br />Navicular drop<br />Sustentaculum drop<br />This is not a “flat” foot look at the calcaneal inclination angle.<br />Talotarsal subluxation<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 41. There are so many things realigned.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 42. Pediatric Case<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 43. Weightbearing AP Fluoroscopyshowing transverse plane correction<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 44. Talar Second Metatarsal Angle<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 45. Talar Calcaneal Divergence<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 46. TaloNavicular Articulation<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 47. 2 Weeks Post-OpThe Knees<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 48. If we stabilize the TTM than we can also help the rest of the body.<br />www.HyProCure.com<br />
  • 49. “Changing Lives, One Step at a Time”<br />www.hyprocure.com<br />

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