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How Surgery Can Help Correct Misaligned Feet


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9/22/2015
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On Saturday September 26th at 7:00 pm a screening of Casper is being held at Surprise Stadium. This is a fun way to kick off the spooky Halloween season with some ghoulish family fun. Chairs are not allowed on the stadium grass, though, so if you have misaligned feet you might have a little trouble sprawling on a blanket on the ground because of the pain in your feet, knees, hips, and back.

A case of foot misalignment, or recurrent talotarsal dislocation, can often go undiagnosed. Instead, we try to fix the symptoms of this problem (bunions, hammertoe, arch problems, back pain, etc.) because we don’t know that there is a larger force at play. If you were to fix your foot alignment, the other problems and pain could well go away too. Conservative methods usually just dull the discomfort and may fix a symptom or two, but they won’t actually correct the alignment issue. Surgery is required to fix the problem completely.

 

The HyProCure procedure is one way to fix your talotarsal dislocation. It’s a quick 20-minute procedure that is performed on an outpatient basis. You will be put under “twilight sleep” or a local anesthetic will be used. HyProCure is placed in the sinus tarsi—a space found in your ankle joint—which instantly causes realignment and stabilization. It’s not implanted into your bones, and it still allows full joint mobility. It may take a few weeks to get completely back to normal, but once you are healed you should be back to your typical range of motion. The rest of your body will need some time to get used to the new alignment, so physical therapy may be recommended.

If you are experiencing pain in various parts of your body and you aren’t sure why, it might benefit you to make an appointment with Dr. Peyman Elison and Dr. Viedra Elison by calling (623) 584-5556. Here at Fixing Feet Institute in Surprise, AZ we want to provide the help and treatment you need to start feeling good again. Don’t let something as simple as a misaligned foot keep you from living your life to the fullest and catching the special moments like fun movies with your kids.



Category: Foot and Ankle Surgery

Dr. Peyman A. Elison
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