HyProCure TaloTarsal Stabilization
 

HyProCure TaloTarsal Stabilization

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HyProCure is an internal bone stabilization that stabilizes the talus on the tarsal mechanism to help fix misaligned feet.

HyProCure is an internal bone stabilization that stabilizes the talus on the tarsal mechanism to help fix misaligned feet.

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  • Extra-Osseous TaloTarsalStabilization-with HyProCure®(EOTTS)
    Your Guide to Treatment
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  • EOTTS
    Extra-Osseous (outside the bone)
    Restores normal amount of motion
    Prevents excessive motion between two or more bones
    Is different from Interosseous or Intraosseous stabilization.
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  • HyProCure® Solution
    Internal
    Extra-osseous
    Extra-articular
    Bone stabilization device.
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  • Talus acting on the articulations with the calcaneus and navicular
    TaloTarsal Mechanism
    Talus
    Navicular
    Spring Ligament
    Calcaneus
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  • Normal Talotarsal Alignment
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  • Normal to abnormal alignmentmisalignment of the talus on the tarsal mechanism
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  • Normal to abnormal alignmenttalus drops forward and down
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  • Normal to abnormal alignmentsinus tarsi partially collapses
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  • Normal to abnormal alignmentNavicular drops leading to lowering of the arch of the foot
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  • This is NOT normal. Its not that the “arch” gave way and the talus has fallen out of position. The talus is partially dislocated off the talotarsal articulations and that is what leads to the lowering of the arch. If the talus is repositioned than the navicular bone will raise indicating normalization of the arch of the foot.
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  • Abnormal Talotarsal Alignment
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  • Normal to abnormal alignmentthe talus is repositioned on the tarsal mechanism and there is realignment of the osseous structures.
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  • TaloCalcanealArticulationsexcessive motion at the posterior TC facet translates into excessive at the anterior/middle and TN facet.
    Talus
    Anterior/Middle Facet
    Synovium
    Calcaneus
    Talus
    Synovium
    Calcaneus
    Posterior Facet
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  • Normal and Abnormal TaloCalcaneal Articulations
    Normal
    Abnormal
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  • The articulation of the
    talus on the
    tarsal mechanism
    With the TTM in
    SUPINATED POSITION
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  • The articulation of the
    talus on the
    tarsal mechanism
    With the TTM in
    NEUTRAL POSITION
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  • The articulation of the
    talus on the
    tarsal mechanism
    With the TTM in
    PRONATED POSITION
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  • The articulation of the
    talus on the
    tarsal mechanism
    With the TTM in
    Dislocation-Partial of the TTM
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  • This is a dynamic deformity.
    With every step taken
    excessive abnormal forces are acting on the
    joints, ligaments, muscles, tendons, & neurovascular structures
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  • TaloTarsal Dislocation SyndromeTTDS
    As a result of the excessive abnormal forces acting on the structures of the foot and ankle combined with the fact the average person takes 6,000 to 10,000 steps a day. Something will eventually become damaged.
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  • TaloTarsal Dislocation Syndrome (TTDS)
    Symptoms from this deformity will present at the weakest link in the chain.
    Are you covering up the symptom or curing the etiology?
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  • Symptoms of TTDS in the foot
    Bunions
    Hammertoes
    Heel Pain/Plantar fasciopathy
    Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
    Posterior tibial tendon dysfunction
    Abnormal gait pattern
    Shin splints
    Abnormal shoe wear
    Growing pains
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  • Effect of TTDS to the body
    The body of the talus is locked into the ankle joint.
    When the talus slips off the tarsal mechanism that immediately forces the ankle joint to turn inward and downward.
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  • This translates to excessive motion potentially affect theneckspinepelvishipskneefar more than just the foot.
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  • TREATMENT
    What is the best way to fix this pathologic deformity?
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  • How can something located on the bottom of the foot/tarsal mechanism control/stabilize something above it?
    Does it make sense to you?
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  • HyProCure-
    Extra Osseous Talotarsal Extra Articular
    Internal Stabilization Device
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  • HyProCure® Internally Stabilizes the talus to prevent the dislocation.
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  • HyProCure allows the
    Normal amount of
    motion to occurs. The
    talus glides over HyProCure
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  • Before
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  • HyProCured™
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  • Before
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  • HyProCured™
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  • HyProCure®Internal Permanent Solution not dependent on shoegear.
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  • Before/After
  • 2 Weeks Post-OpThe Knees
  • If we stabilize the TTM than we can also help the rest of the body.
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  • Physician’s Treatment Goals
    Early ambulation
    Effective correction
    Least amount of down time
    Least amount of complications
    Return to normal function
    Do no harm
    Why wait until they need a major rearfoot reconstructive procedure?
  • “Changing Lives, One Step at a Time”
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