What Kind Of Foot Problems Can Be Treated With Minimally Invasive Foot Surgery? Toronto, ON - Podiatrist Sheldon Nadal, DPM
Toronto Podiatrist Sheldon Nadal discusses Minimally Invasive Foot Surgery.
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What is minimally invasive foot surgery?
Minimally invasive surgery is a philosophy and set of techniques that allow podiatrists to treat common foot problems using specially designed instruments which allow us to work through smaller openings in the skin compared to conventional hospital surgery. This results in less soft tissue trauma, which usually means less pain, less disability and a quicker return to normal activities for you, the patient.
It has also been referred to as minimal incision foot surgery, minimum incision foot surgery, and ambulatory foot surgery.
What kind of foot problems can be treated with minimally invasive foot surgery?
I have been using minimally invasive foot surgery to treat bunions, hammertoes, corns on the outside of toes (hard corns) and between toes (soft corns), calluses, bone spurs, metatarsal pain and ingrown toenails in my Toronto podiatry office, using local anaesthetic, for more than thirty years.
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