Minimally invasive bunion repair

Bunions are bony bumps at the base of the big toe. Minimally invasive bunion surgery may repair the joint with tiny instruments and a small incision.

Using minimally invasive techniques of small incisions and tiny instruments, with a camera used to view the surgical site, means your bunion can be corrected with fewer side effects. A smaller incision means less pain and less time to heal.

With minimally invasive bunion repair, your surgeon can perform one of several different types of bunion correction surgery. The minimally invasive approach just means that the surgery disturbs the rest of your foot as little as possible.

Surgeons who perform minimally invasive bunion repairs

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