According to experts in traumatology , percutaneous foot surgery is the most modern and less invasive operation performed to correct deformities of the feet.
What is the intervention of percutaneous foot surgery?
Percutaneous foot surgery is performed through small incisions through which resectable exostosis, osteotomies and tenotomies practice to allow correction.
What conditions can be operated by percutaneous foot surgery?
Apart from the usual to treat bunions (hallux valgus), percutaneous foot surgery is used in hallux rigidus, Sesamoiditis, metatarsus varus, metatarsalgias and other toe deformities.
What has postoperative percutaneous foot surgery?
Percutaneous foot surgery can be performed under local anesthesia, a fact that reduces the stay in the clinic. When not wearing a bandage and a plaster shoe Barouk that enables immediate support is used.
What recovery has percutaneous foot surgery?
Because the foot support is immediate, many activities can be done from the outset, although evolution depends on the consolidation of each patient and can vary from 1-2 months.