Hallux Valgus is the scientific term for the known deformity of the great toe (bunions). Hallux Valgus can be congenital in origin or appear during adolescence, but it occurs more frequently during adulthood.
It is a minimally invasive surgical technique to correct forefoot deformities and maintain the forefoot biomechanically functional.
With percutaneous surgery, the incision is minimal (half centimeter maximum) and through it, instruments such as scalpels and surgical burs are inserted. Using these instruments and assisted by an x-ray machine, we make the necessary surgical corrections on the deformed bones of the foot.
Does not require hospitalization
60 to 90 minutes of duration
Immediate ambulation after the surgery
In the following photo gallery you will find images of before and after Bunion Surgery surgery. Photographs of our former patients taken before performing Orthopedic Surgery and after 6, 12 or 18 months of surgery. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to consult our doctors and receive your free quote.
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Last update: 12/10/2017 | Note: This information serves as support and does not replace your doctors opinion.