Our minimally invasive bunion procedure involves making a geometric fracture.
A geometric fracture refers to way the bones are carefully fractured with precision and then realigned into a straight position creating a perfect result for the patient’s anatomy and better comfort and joint articulation. The absence of screws means that the joint is not fixed in one place, it can move freely.
The fractured bone is then bandaged without the need for screws to keep it in place. A special bandaging technique is then used with a supportive shoe, So the patient can go back to walking immediately post-surgery without the need for crutches promoting the natural healing of the foot.
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