Plantar Neuropathy Explained

December 30, 2021
By: GraMedica Team

What is Plantar Neuropathy?

This is a condition where the nerves that serve the bottom of your feet become symptomatic. You will experience all kinds of different sensations from cold to burning toes, numbness to the bottom of your toes and feet followed by sharp, shooting pain. There can be a feeling that there is a stone in your shoe or that your shoelaces have loosened or become untied. Even worse is sharp, shooting pain in your feet after you’ve gone to bed.

What causes plantar neuropathy?

Many blame this condition solely on high blood sugar levels, but there is another very common cause that has to do with a faulty foot alignment.

There is a very common condition where the ankle bone loses its stability and alignment on the heel bone. Partial dislocation of the ankle bone leads to compression, stretching, and twisting of the nerve and its branches that are located on the bottom of the foot and toes. Decades of this micro-trauma eventually leads to the nerve symptoms associated.

The good news is that there is a minimally invasive option that can internally help reduce the microtrauma to the nerves that serve the bottom of your feet and toes.

How Can HyProCure Help?

HyProCure is a treatment option that makes sense. It addresses the underlying cause rather than just covering up the symptoms like other forms of treatment.

HyProCure can work in combination with other forms of treatment to reverse the damage that has been inflicted on the nerves due to that partially dislocating ankle bone.

RESTORING HINDFOOT STABILITY AND ALIGNMENT CAN HELP TO PUT THAT SPRING BACK INTO YOUR STEP.

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