Dr. Jeffrey Adler was honored at the 8th Annual Medical Conference hosted by The Graham International Implant Institute in April, receiving the “Eclipse” Award for outstanding community awareness of the importance of aligned feet.
Much of the population - nearly 45% - don’t even realize they have misaligned feet, which are caused by the ankle bone slipping off of the heel bone, leading to painful foot problems and also a painful chain reaction in other parts of the body.
Awareness of the issue and the revolutionary treatment option available can be life changing for people experiencing foot pain. Learn more about the conference in the article excerpt below.
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The Graham International Implant Institute Hosts Its 8th Annual Medical Conference & Honors Distinguished Physicians
World Renown Medical Institute Empowers Team of Surgeons With the Latest in Research & Clinical Training in Foot & Ankle Surgery
MACOMB, MI--(Marketwired - May 20, 2015) - The Graham International Implant Institute (GIII) hosted its 8th Annual Medical Symposium in Miami, FL last month with over 75 elite foot & ankle surgeons from the U.S. and around the world. Nearly a dozen exhibitors were on hand to showcase the latest medical advancements in foot and ankle surgery with lectures on the pioneering clinical studies as another key part of the three-day conference. Another vital element of the symposium was the practical training for physicians in performing surgery procedures including the implementation of the HyProCure sinus tarsi implant, the highly acclaimed titanium orthopedic stent with its ground-breaking minimally invasive approach to correcting hyperpronation.
A highlight of the conference included several notable physicians being honored for their ongoing contribution in the advancement of foot and ankle surgery by helping raise awareness of proactive and forward-thinking modalities within their practice and among their peer medical groups.
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The placement of the HyProCure® implant uses a minimally invasive technique that places the stent into the naturally occurring space between the ankle and heel bone, stabilizing the bone and correcting the excessive inward rotation causing the foot misalignment.
It’s a quick outpatient procedure taking approximately 20 minutes, safe, and has a very high success rate. Patients leave the office in a walking boot and are back in their normal shoes again within 3 to 5 days. Within a couple months they can run, jump, and do things they couldn’t do before the procedure because of their foot pain.
Adler Footcare has been recognized as a HyProCure® Center of Excellence. If you’d like to find out if you’re a candidate for HyProCure® contact a New York podiatrist at Adler Footcare by clicking below. We believe feet shouldn’t hurt and neither should their treatment.