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Benefits of Getting a Minimally Invasive Bunion Surgery

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One of the most common questions a lot of people ask medical specialists is whether it is possible to get a bunion nonsurgical correction. Yes. It is one of the ways to relieve you of any bunion pain you may be experiencing without surgery.

A bunion nonsurgical treatment is usually the first remedy to getting ease and pain management. Depending on your bunion's condition, a nonsurgical method may just be what you need. 

What Are Bunions?
If you are one of those who think they have a bunion, you are not alone as several Americans are experiencing the same thing. A bunion, also known as Hallux Valgus, is a bump on the side of your foot on your toe joint. It usually happens when the major bones and muscles in your foot are out of alignment. Digital@123You can either get a non-surgical or minimally invasive bunion surgery for treatment.

How Does Minimally Invasive Bunion Surgery Work?
Minimally invasive bunion surgery is a type of surgery used to correct a bunion deformity. It is performed with a burr, instead of a saw, to cut the bone. The reason is to ensure the cuts are made with tiny incisions through the skin of the foot. Avoiding large incisions makes it easier for soft tissues like the skin and muscle to be disrupted, causing fewer swelling and pain after the surgery.

What Are the Benefits of Minimally Invasive Bunion Surgery?
Getting a minimally invasive bunion surgery ensures that the patient experiences less pain, a faster recovery, and an effective result. It is also specially designed to reduce the risk of recurrence in severe bunions. Usually, patients who undergo the minimally invasive technique take less pain medication, and will eventually have motion in their big toe. They soon get back to walking in their regular shoes rather than patients who undergo the surgery procedure.

Do Bunions Grow Back Again After a Surgery?
The rate of a bunion growing back on the feet after surgery is quite low and a mild bunion recurrence can be managed by a lot of patients. In fact, most of the bunion recurrences that may cause one or two problems and require more surgery are not common. 

The reason for a bunion recurrence may be because they did not undergo a full bunion non-surgical correction or an ineffective bunion procedure was used. It could also occur if the parent does not follow the proper directions of a specialist. More so, over-correction is also a huge risk and will most likely require a second operation.

Conclusion
Before you make a quick decision, you need to consult podiatrists that will work with you to recommend a treatment plan that will provide you with the relief you are looking for.  You can be certain that they will help you even manage bunion pain without surgery. However, if surgery is a more suitable treatment option for you, they will prepare you for the procedure.

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