After your initial recovery period, your surgeon may prescribe a physical therapy protocol to aid in your recovery. Learn more about how this early movement helps you reach your postsurgery goals.Read more
There are many options for treating your bunion, ranging from conservative treatments to surgery, which many people explore when their bunion becomes severe. If you are experiencing pain or limitations to the activities you love because of your bunion, learn more about your options.Read more
There are hundreds of varying surgical techniques for correcting bunion. But which one might be right for you? Learn more about the science supporting the Arthrex Minimally Invasive Bunionectomy.Read more
Innovative design of the Arthrex Minimally Invasive Bunionectomy surgical system earns prestigious award recognizing the best new medical treatmentsRead more
How much do you know about that bump on the side of your toe? Learn more about hallux valgus (commonly known as a bunion) and a few facts about bunions and bunion procedures.Read more
Musculoskeletal injuries, including bunions, impact millions of people. Bone and Joint Action Week, held every year in mid-October, is a great time to talk to a doctor if you are experiencing a painful bunion and the swelling, redness, and discomfort associated with it.Read more
There are numerous nonsurgical options for treating your bunion, from special shoes to splints and spacers. These short-term bunion pain remedies may not permanently straighten your toe, keep your bunion from getting bigger, or prevent your bunion pain from getting worse.Read more
Bunions are a complex deformity caused by your big toe rotating out of alignment, causing the bump that you notice. That change can cause pain, redness, swelling, and numbness.Read more
Surgeons using the Arthrex Minimally Invasive Bunionectomy procedure have been trained in minimally invasive surgery for bunion correction.
We are pleased to supply you with this Find a Doctor tool to locate Arthrex Bunionectomy doctors in your area.
While our database of doctors is large, it is not a complete listing of all doctors who can perform the Arthrex Bunionectomy procedure. The doctors included in this locator are limited to those doctors who have attended a training course specifically on minimally invasive surgery techniques. By inclusion of a particular doctor in this database, Arthrex expresses no opinion as to the professional skills or qualifications of the surgeon.
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