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Fort Worth Bunionectomy

  • Fort Worth Bunionectomy

Fort Worth Bunionectomy

A Lapidus bunionectomy is a procedure that is done to remove a bunion. The goal of the surgery is to relieve pain and restore normal alignment of the big toe joint. This type of surgery is also known as an ostectomy, which simply means removing a bone.

The Lapidus bunionectomy procedure involves making an incision in the foot, through which the surgeon accesses the bones of the big toe joint. The surgeon then removes a small wedge-shaped piece of bone from the side of the big toe, which helps to straighten out the joint. The incision is then closed with stitches and a dressing is applied.

After surgery, patients will need to wear a surgical boot or splint for approximately six weeks. During this time, it is important to keep the foot elevated as much as possible to reduce swelling. Physical therapy may also be recommended to help with the healing process.

If you are considering having a Lapidus bunionectomy, it is important to consult with a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who specializes in foot and ankle surgery. At our practice, we are proud to offer this procedure to our patients. Our team of experienced surgeons will work with you to develop a treatment plan that is right for you.

At our office we preform this procedure traditionally as well as a minimally invasive technique which evolves making a smaller incision and using endoscopic tools to enter the joint.

Our team is highly skilled in both procedures call us today to schedule an appointment and we will develop a custom treatment plan that will get you back on your feet.

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