Foot pain can have many causes. Your feet are constantly transporting your body from one place to another, often times with little to no rest. This can result in stress on the joints, inflammation, and fatigue. Combine the three and you end up with pain and discomfort that can be debilitating and eventually become chronic.
The HyProCure® procedure can help relieve your pain and inflammation. So no matter what is causing your discomfort, you can still live an active life that is free of foot pain. Maybe you can relate to one of the following scenarios.
I'm Always On My Feet
If you have a job that requires you to be on your feet or walking all day long, by the end of your shift you're feet are often swollen and sore. While some days are more hectic than others, the fact remains that your feet are constantly on duty. They don't get to be propped up during breaks or placed in a soothing foot soak until the end of the workday. Long hours, confined inside shoes that can also increase your discomfort if they don't fit properly can be a real struggle.
My Day Never Seems To End
Mothers are constantly on the go. Between running the kids to school and then to practice, your feet never get a chance to relax. From the minute your feet hit the floor, you have a list of things to do that could last until the wee hours of the morning.
If you're a working mom, the struggle becomes even more complex. People who are under high levels of stress are more prone to injury, either because of moving too quickly in frustration or simply because of the fatigue and weakness that comes with being overworked and overtired.
Just A Few More Minutes of Practice
Athletes practice several hours a day to maintain their athletic ability. Practicing is essential to good physical health and building the strength and stamina that is needed to perform at a competitive level. Many athletes tend to overdo it. They want to reach that next level, so they add an additional set of reps or exercises to fine-tune their body.
Excessive amounts of exercise can actually weaken the joints if you don't take care of your body. This involves noticing pain when it occurs and using braces or wraps if they are needed. This is especially true of the ankles. The ankles bear the weight of the entire body and are constantly in motion propelling the body forward or pulling it backward.
It's important that you give your feet and ankles a rest anytime that they begin to feel fatigued or inflamed. If you don't allow them to rest, the added pressure may result in an injury that would prevent you from playing.
The HyProCure® Procedure
At Nagy Footcare, we offer the HyProCure® procedure to all of our patients who are constantly on the go. Whether they're an athlete or a parent, the procedure effectively reduces their foot pain and discomfort.
The HyProCure® procedure involves placing a small stent in the ankle through a very small incision. This prevents the foot from rolling or weakening and provides much-needed support that helps to stabilize the ankle as you walk.
The HyProCure® procedure was created to prevent the misalignment of your feet as you walk, run or stand. Once the stent is in place and the area has healed, you can often return to your regular activities within a few short weeks.
If you're experiencing constant or chronic foot pain and discomfort, schedule a consultation with a New Hampshire podiatrist.
Dr. Nagy can assess the problems you're having with your feet and make an accurate diagnosis. This allows him to not only find the root cause of your foot pain, but to effectively treat it.
By treating the misalignment with the HyProCure® procedure, Dr. Nagy can also treat many other foot problems such as bunions, plantar fasciitis, hammertoes, and heel pain.
At Nagy Footcare, our best day is when you wake up with no foot pain.