Ankle Injuries: Tolerated with Exercises, Treated with HyProCure®

Posted by Dr. Jeffrey L. Adler

Nov 15, 2014 3:00:00 PM

ankle_injuriesIf you suffer from past or current ankle injuries, the last thing you probably want to do is risk making them worse or causing yourself any unwarranted pain by doing something physical. However, you don’t want to turn into a couch potato either. Just because you have foot and ankle pain doesn’t mean you have an excuse not to exercise! There are still some great workouts you can do to get the cardio exercise your body needs. Check them out in the video below.

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Cardio Exercises for People With Ankle Injuries: Exercise & Workout Tips

Certain cardio exercises are really great for people with already existing ankle injuries. Find out about a wonderful cardio exercise for people with ankle injuries with help from your friends at in this free video clip.


Expert: Shane Freels
Bio: Shane Freels grew up in Stephenville, where at a young age he competed in Rodeo as a Calf Roper and Team Roper.
Filmmaker: Shane Reitzammer

Working out and getting in shape is as much about attitude as it is about the exercises that you choose to do on a regular basis.

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While it’s great to be able to do a cardio workout when you have ankle injuries, what if it they are so bad that they don't heal and start to cause you to have chronic foot pain that also indirectly causes pain in other areas of your body like your knees, hips, back, and neck? If this is something you can relate to, then you may be a great candidate for HyProCure® treatment.

The HyProCure® procedure places a small titanium stent in the natural space between your ankle and heel bone. The stent essentially corrects the misalignment in your feet that realigns the foot and restores the natural joint motion and weight distribution and balance of the body. In turn, HyProCure® reduces the other negative effects on the body that results from having misaligned feet. The best part of the procedure? It’s nearly painless and patients are walking in their own shoes within 3 to 5 days.

Adler Footcare has been recognized as a HyProCure® Center of Excellence. The team of New York podiatrists at Adler Footcare consult regularly with the inventor of HyProCure® and has performed over 100 HyProCure® procedures without one negative result.

To learn more about the HyProCure® treatment for ankle and foot pain, download the free e-book below. At Adler Footcare, we believe feet shouldn’t hurt and neither should their treatment.

Treatment for Foot Pain

Topics: HyProCure