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Guide to Hip Pain


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There are many reasons for hip pain but we cannot ignore the role of proper hindfoot alignment. View this presentation to learn more.

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Guide to Hip Pain

  1. 1. Guide to Hip Pain
  2. 2. Painis a signal that something is wrong.
  3. 3. If we just take pain pills tocover-up the pain,
  4. 4. then the pain will just keeprecurring.
  5. 5. Millions of peoplehave pain in their hip(s).And try so many different things toreduce/eliminate the pain.
  6. 6. There are many reasons for hippain, but the leading reason is:Excessive hip joint motion.
  7. 7. This is what leads toover-stretching of the nerves(sciatica) andeventual “wear & tear” arthritisof the hip joint.
  8. 8. Let’s find out what causesexcessive hip joint motion.
  9. 9. Let’s find out what causesexcessive hip joint motion.That leads usto look atthe foundation to our body.
  10. 10. Ourfeet.
  11. 11. The ankle bone (talus) shouldnormally sit on top of the heel bone(calcaneus).
  12. 12. The foundation to the body is altered when theankle bone partially dislocates on the heel bone
  13. 13. In other words…
  14. 14. Let’s connectthe dots
  15. 15. First the ankle bonepartially dislocateson the heel bone
  16. 16. First the ankle bonepartially dislocateson the heel bone
  17. 17. then the kneesmay turn in
  18. 18. then the hipsturn in
  19. 19. Seems like it should be important tostabilize the foundation of our body.What’s the fix?
  20. 20. Put an arch support under your foot(that may temporarily help with thesymptoms but won’t fix the problem.)
  21. 21. Do arch supports really stabilize the ankle bone?BarefootOrthosis
  22. 22. This doesn’t look like too much fun!
  23. 23. But when those treatments don’twork or are too aggressive,what else can be done?
  24. 24. EOTTS - HyProCureInternal stabilization for this internal deformity.
  25. 25. HyProCure®has been used safely and effectively in thousandsof pediatric and adult patients since 2004.Stabilization of Joint Forces of the Subtalar Complex viathe HyProCure Sinus Tarsi StentJournal of American Podiatric Medical Association, Volume 101, No. 5, Pages 390-399, Sept/Oct 2011Extra-Osseous Talotarsal Stabilization using HyProCure in Adults: A5 Year Retrospective Follow-upJournal of Foot and Ankle Surgery – Vol. 51, (1), pages 23-29, January 2012
  26. 26. HyProCure®is the only extra-osseous talotarsal stabilizationdevice that works with the normalbiomechanics unlike other devices that workagainst the normal function and often leadingto failure of the device.+ =
  27. 27. Does EOTTS really work? YES!www.HyProCure.comBarefootOrthosisEOTTS
  28. 28. Barefoot Orthosis EOTTSDoes EOTTS really work? YES!
  29. 29. While we can’t ignore that fact that thedamage to the hip must be addressed,we cannot ignore the trauma inflicted onthe hip as a result of the faulty footalignment.
  30. 30. If you only treat the symptomwithout eliminating the underlyingreason for the symptom,
  31. 31. then the symptom(s)will just keep reoccurring.
  32. 32. It’s an insanity thing.Doing the same thing over and overagain but expecting different results.
  33. 33. If you, or someone you know, suffersfrom hip pain, misaligned feet couldbe the cause.
  34. 34. HyProCure could be the key toyour success.Before After