Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Almost 6 years Later

I still get satisfaction from seeing my perfect foot + arch imprinted in the sand as I walk on the beach without pain :) This is something I never thought possible before the surgeries. 

Anyway, 6 years later and I get almost zero pain or aches in my feet.


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  2. Hey man, thanks for updating everyone on your life with hypercure. I'm 16 years old who loves to be outside, but I can no longer run due to shin splints and feet pain due to hyperpronation. Your updates give me hope that I'll be able to have the surgery done and have the same results as you.

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  3. Mr Kaser Nazir lectures internationally on Flat Foot hyprocure surgery. He provides the treatment in London www.londonfootandanklesurgery.co.uk and www.thelondonfootclinic.co.uk

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  4. I was happy to read your story. I am looking for the procedure and am having a hard time finding a doctor in my area who does it. I have very bad pronation and can barely walk. All the orthopedist can offer are orthotics and braces. I am wondering why it is not more popular as a procedure?

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  5. My son had the hypocure surgery done on both feet last year. I found our specialist after seeing a podiatrist and pediatric dr specializing in feet. Neither of them helped and my son wore braces for about 6 months but didn't resolve his problem. My son is very athletic and the more active he became the bone around his ankle would turn red and swell. It was painful for him to keep up with hjs activites. The podiatrist told me it was because of his shoes, but even after the brace and better shoes the symptoms never subsided. I finally got a 3rd opinion and his dr was blown away how bad his feet were and the "band aid" treatments he was subjected to. I was obviously concerned because I myself have flat feet and understand how painfulit is and the secondary symptoms that come. (Knee, back pain etc..) I was scared how BIG of a surgery this was, but I also didn't want him to go thru what I have as an adult. Additionally the dr advised me his foot would continue to collapse inward he would eventually walking on the inside ankle bone. His recovery was about 8 weeks between each surgery, had to wear a walking boot forever and he had to hold off being physically active. However the end result was worth it. His feet look amazing, he has had no negative effects from the implant and no longer in pain.

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  6. Sorry we are in Las Vegas and would recommend Dr. Peter Bregman.

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  7. Sorry we are in Las Vegas and would recommend Dr. Peter Bregman.

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  8. My son had the hypocure surgery done on both feet last year. I found our specialist after seeing a podiatrist and pediatric dr specializing in feet. Neither of them helped and my son wore braces for about 6 months but didn't resolve his problem. My son is very athletic and the more active he became the bone around his ankle would turn red and swell. It was painful for him to keep up with hjs activites. The podiatrist told me it was because of his shoes, but even after the brace and better shoes the symptoms never subsided. I finally got a 3rd opinion and his dr was blown away how bad his feet were and the "band aid" treatments he was subjected to. I was obviously concerned because I myself have flat feet and understand how painfulit is and the secondary symptoms that come. (Knee, back pain etc..) I was scared how BIG of a surgery this was, but I also didn't want him to go thru what I have as an adult. Additionally the dr advised me his foot would continue to collapse inward he would eventually walking on the inside ankle bone. His recovery was about 8 weeks between each surgery, had to wear a walking boot forever and he had to hold off being physically active. However the end result was worth it. His feet look amazing, he has had no negative effects from the implant and no longer in pain.

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  9. i had the surgery back in 2008. i was 18 then and it was ok at first but i found that my ankles had become week and i was and still am un able to were heels without feeling wobbly and like a new born horse. my feet arnt as wht the doctors promised my feet still turn inwads and i still walk on the inside of my fees as opposed to the outside like the dr promised. everything the dr promised never happened. the dr that did my surgery told me that i would still have to were arches for the rest of my life and i couldn't were any shose with no arch built in. i mean yeah i do have an arch but my ankles are still very weak and they roll easy even with wearing boots that support my ankle when hiking my ankle still rolls and i fall down. my quality of life has been limited bc i have spranged my ankle more times after the sugary than i have ever before the sugary. im thinking of getting the pi s removed so i can go back to not haveing such week and wobbly ankles. used to be able to run in the woods without falling over but if i dont watch were i go one rock can make my ankle roll and down i go. i dont know why i have such bad issues with a surgery that promised stronger feet and ankles.

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