Minimally Invasive Surgery – Hides Scaring

Depending on the size of the enlargement, misalignment of the toe, and pain experienced, conservative treatments may not be adequate to prevent progressive damage from bunions. In these cases, bunion surgery, known as a bunionectomy, may be advised to remove the bunion and realign the toe.

When foot and ankle problems do not respond to conservative treatment, Precision Footcare  specializes in Minimally Invasive Surgery and the use of modern technology to minimize discomfort and maintain mobility during the postoperative period. We perform surgery using an adjacent outpatient surgical facility equipped with the most advanced technology available.

Our surgical staff help to pioneer the use of Minimally Invasive Surgery to correct painful and unsightly bunions and otherfoot and ankle disorders. In most cases, treatment can be performed with minimal discomfort. Many doctors call on the expertise of Dr John Jurcisin for guidance on surgical solutions to complex foot and ankle problems.

Traditional Bunion Surgery – Show Scars

Surgery can be a very successful treatment for bunions and could be considered if you are having pain that is affecting your function on a regular basis, for instance, pain during sports or wearing work shoes. It is important, however, that you are seen by a foot and ankle surgeon who has undergone specialist training with a foot and ankle fellowship. There are many different surgical techniques and it is important that your surgeon is expert in several of these so that you have the one that is best for your unique deformity.

Surgery is a very successful treatment for bunions and should be considered if you are having pain that is affecting your function on a regular basis, for instance, pain during sports or wearing work shoes. It is important, however, that you are seen by a consultant orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeon who has undergone specialist training with a foot and ankle fellowship. There are many different surgical techniques and it is important that your surgeon is expert in several of these so that you have the one that is best for your unique deformity.