Cost - HyProCure

HyProCure is more affordable than you think.

With or without insurance coverage, HyProCure may be more affordable than you imagined. We encourage you to check with your specialist for details, but the cost typically ranges between $2,500 and $4,500 per foot, including the stent, supplies/local anesthesia and surgeon fees.

Investing now will save you thousands later.

Foot pain, knee pain, hip and back pain can all be caused by misaligned feet. There is a lot of money being spent on surgery, physical therapy, custom orthotics and chiropractic that could be eliminated for the rest of your life if you treat the foundational problem once and for all. Your misaligned feet will not get better on their own, they will only get worse over time. The sooner you choose an effective treatment like HyProCure the better. Find a HyProCure Specialist here.

Does Insurance Cover HyProCure?

There are many health insurance plans that see the positive benefits of the EOTTS-HyProCure procedure. Unfortunately, there are others that refer to this procedure as experimental or investigational even though it is an FDA cleared medical device backed by tens of thousands of procedures and peer-reviewed scientific papers. It is unfortunate that insurance rates continue to climb higher and the types of procedures covered continue to get eliminated. Many insurance carriers only want to cover radical treatments where the “cure is worse than the disease.” Regardless of your coverage the HyProCure procedure is surprisingly affordable. Talk to your HyProCure specialist or insurance provider to find out more.

Payment Options:

HSA/FSA Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA) is a great option to help cover the costs associated with the HyProCure procedure. You can use these pretax dollars towards payment.

Payment Plans Most HyProCure specialists offer a variety of other plans to make this life-changing procedure affordable.

To learn more about HyProCure download our free eBook.

If you or someone you know is suffering due to misaligned feet find a HyProCure Specialist to see if HyProCure is the solution you’ve been waiting for.

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