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Bunion 1 Before Bunion 1 After

Bunion #1

pre-operative images with painful hammertoe and bunion.

post-op 2.5 months excellent alignment of both the hammertoe and 2nd digit, with no swelling present, and the foot has a natural appearance to it.

Post-op No scar present. no swelling present.

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Bunion 2 Before Bunion 2 After

Bunion #2

pre-operative images with a painful bunion
post-op 2.5 months excellent alignment of both the hammertoe and 2nd digit, with no swelling present, and the foot has a natural appearance to it.
Post-op No scar present. no swelling present.

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Bunion 3 Before Bunion 3 After

Bunion #3

Patient suffering from bunion pain for over 10 years on both feet.
We performed our minimal incision bunionectomy on both feet at the same time.
The patient was allowed to walk right after.
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Before Bunion Surgery After Bunion Surgery

Bunion #4

Before and after minimal incision percutaneous bunionectomy.

The patient had a severe bunion deformity which we were able to correct with this technique.  The patient has minimal swelling.

The patient is back in regular shoes and activity.

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Hammertoe Before Surgery After Picture

Hammertoe #1

The pre-op image which shows previously failed hammertoe correction with severe contracture and scar tissue

Intra-operative images taken during surgery which show excellent correction of the hammertoe deformity with just 3 small stitches on the top of the foot and k-wire to hold correction in place. K-wires are removed 3-4 weeks after surgery and is not painful.

3 weeks s/p hammertoe correction minimal swelling is noted with minimal incision technique. Tape splinting is applied to hold the position of the digits. The patient will start walking in regular shoes after this visit.

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Before Hammertoe Surgery After Hammertoe Surgery

TMT Fusion with Gastrocnemius Recession and Hammertoe Correction

Here we have a patient with hypermobility of the 1st ray causing transfer metatarsalgia.

This causes pain at the other metatarsal. Also, the patient has significant equinus causing further pressure on his forefoot. The patient has failed conservative treatment.

In the post-op X-rays, we can now see the 1st metatarsal in line with the second metatarsal.

The patient was allowed to be immediately weight-bearing and was in regular shoes by 6 weeks.

 Minimal scarring can be seen due to the minimal incision technique

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Endoscopic Plantar Fasciotomy and Gastrocnemius Recession Before Endoscopic Plantar Fasciotomy and Gastrocnemius Recession After

Endoscopic Plantar Fasciotomy and Gastrocnemius Recession

The patient has extreme gastrocnemius equinus secondary to the previous injury. This is leading to gait instability and leading to plantar fasciitis.
The patient underwent an endoscopic plantar fasciotomy and Endoscopic gastrocnemius recession.
4 weeks s/p surgery. Minimal scarring is noted along with an excellent range of motion at the ankle joint. The patient has transitioned to regular shoe gear. The patient will start PT to regain strength in the calf muscle.
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Before Nail Fungus After Nail Fungus

Nail Fungus #1

Discolored/damaged nails due to fungus being restored to their original cosmetic appearance using synthetic nail impregnated with an antifungal compound.
Great adjunctive therapy for a patient suffering from discolored dystrophic fungal nails.
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Before Treatment for Foot Fungus After Treatment for Foot Fungus

Nail Fungus #2

Discolored/damaged nails due to fungus being restored to their original cosmetic appearance using synthetic nail impregnated with an antifungal compound.
Great adjunctive therapy for a patient suffering from discolored dystrophic fungal nails.
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Before Foot Fungus Treatment After Foot Fungus Treatment

Nail Fungus #3

Discolored/damaged nails due to fungus being restored to their original cosmetic appearance using synthetic nail impregnated with an antifungal compound.
Great adjunctive therapy for a patient suffering from discolored dystrophic fungal nails.
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