Minimally Invasive Procedures

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Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS)

The aim, definition and history of minimal invasive foot surgery may be best described by Professor Mariano de Prado MD, PHD, an internationally renowned…

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What is mis?

The term minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is used to describe a number of surgeries as well as diagnostic procedures. It includes laparoscopic procedures…

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Benefits of MIS

By offering minimally invasive surgery to our patients, there are many benefits. These include Ambulatory Surgery, Faster Recovery, Local Anesthesia…

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Hammertoe Correction

Hammertoes and their related deformities are unsightly contractures of the joints of the lesser toes. They typically occur from muscle and ligament imbalance and…

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Toe Lengthening

Abnormally short toes may be acquired as an adult or result from a congenital disorder. Isolated short toes can be embarrassing and lead to functional problems…

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Toe Shortening

Excessively long lesser toes are a relatively common deformity and typically pose a cosmetic concern for women more often than men…

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Toe Straightening

Cosmetic foot surgery is usually driven by more than just vanity. Crooked or angular toes can cause discomfort and pain during normal activities such as…

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