The problems with keyhole bunion surgery

By |2022-04-11T20:24:45+10:00March 24th, 2022|Bunions, Foot pain|

There have been marked improvements in bunion surgery over the years to the point where, typically, the procedure is day surgery, the pain is controlled and long-term good results are achieved. Keyhole surgery, better known as minimally invasive surgery, is very much the "flavour of the month". It does have a place, but I find many [...]

Improvements in bunion surgery

By |2022-04-11T20:26:04+10:00August 3rd, 2021|Bunions, Foot pain|

Bunion surgery has advanced markedly in recent years. Traditionally the surgery has had a bad name. Procedures involved long recovery, large incisions, marked pain and poor outcome. This has all changed now; however, sadly, there still exist many surgeons who have not progressed. This case is a perfect example. This was brought to my attention recently. [...]

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