Arthrex Bunionectomy: The Minimally Invasive Surgical Solution to Bunions
A bunion is more than just a bump on your foot—it’s a complex deformity where the bones of your big toe gradually rotate out of alignment, creating a bump on the inside of your foot. This hard bump can grow in severity as the deformity progresses.
If your bunion has become painful, red, and swollen, it may be time to consider surgical options. Traditional bunion removal procedures have been associated with a long and painful recovery. The Arthrex Minimally Invasive Bunionectomy achieves the same or better correction as traditional surgeries,1,2 but through small “pinhole” incisions. This results in less damage to the soft tissues and vascular structures in your foot, meaning less postoperative pain3 and swelling4 after your bunion surgery. Ultimately, you can walk sooner and recover faster,3,5 all with less visible scarring.6
For answers to your questions about the symptoms of a bunion, what causes bunions, and how bunion surgery has changed for the better, visit BunionPain.com. Get the facts about bunions and your treatment options, view before and after bunion removal surgery pictures, and discover how real patients found permanent relief from bunion pain with the Arthrex Minimally Invasive Bunionectomy.
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