Is Foot Pain Threatening Your New Year’s Goals? There’s Hope

Posted by Dr. Jeffrey L. Adler

Jan 13, 2015 9:00:00 AM

2015_New_Years_Resolutions-304083-editedIt’s a New Year and just like the millions of other people in the world you’ve been inspired to choose a personal theme for the year and set goals to accomplish – not resolutions because those just get broken, but goals – something tangible you can measure and achieve. Your word for the year is “Active.” You want to be active to stay physically and emotionally healthy. Your top three goals are to lose 10 pounds, run a half marathon, and travel to a new place. There’s just one thing holding you back – your foot pain. But don’t get discouraged, there’s hope. You don’t have to end up like the other people who fail to accomplish their resolutions or goals simply because your feet hurt. There are treatments that can help.

On your mark

You’ve been fitted for running shoes and purchased the best brand you can find that supports all the claims of “flexible cushioning” “adaptive fit” and “breathable comfort.” You have all the latest running gear, Beats headphones, and you’re ready to use your new Fitbit. You’re eating healthy and exercising when you can, but your foot pain is limiting the physical activity you can do, and you know you need to do it. You look the part in all your gear and you’re able to manage a 30 minute walk outside each day, but once you start jogging the foot pain sets in. You start to feel pain each and every time your feet hit the pavement. This doesn’t make losing those last 10 pounds or training for a half marathon look very promising.

On your mark, get set

Don’t give up yet. There is a treatment for foot pain that will give you hope and motivation that you can reach your goals this year. It’s called HyProCure® treatment and its results are incredible. What most people don’t realize is that your foot pain, and actually pain you may feel in your knees, back, hips and neck, is a result of your feet being out of alignment. The HyProCure® procedure corrects this by inserting a titanium stent in the natural space between the ankle and heel bone and essentially prevents the ankle bone from rolling inward.

One of the greatest benefits of the procedure is the quick healing time. Once you have the outpatient procedure you will leave the office in a walking boot and will be back in your own shoes within 3 to 5 days. While you’ll be walking in your own shoes in no time, any running or jumping should be avoided for about 4 to 6 weeks so the stent has time to settle in place.

On your mark, get set, GO!

Finding out if you’re a candidate for HyProCure® is critical to do now so you don’t lose more time training for that half marathon, which will no doubt lead to you losing those last 10 pounds, and make traveling to a new place more enjoyable than ever because you’ll be foot pain free.

Find out if you’re a candidate for HyProCure® by contacting a New York podiatrist at Adler Footcare for an evaluation. We believe feet shouldn’t hurt and neither should their treatment.

If you’d like to learn more about HyProCure® treatment today, download the free e-book below.

Treatment for Foot Pain

Topics: foot pain