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Minimal Incision Bunionectomy

Does a smaller incision make for a better bunionectomy?

Minimal incision surgery (MIS) has improved the surgical outcomes of many types of surgery.  For example, in laproscopic surgery a minimal incision approach has a number of short term benefits including decreased infection rates, shorter hospi...

Lapidus Bunionectomy – tips to return to early weight bearing

Foot and ankle surgeons – sleep better at night.  CompleteCarbon fiber Spring Plate your Lapidus construct with a Carbon Fiber Spring Plate to insure rigid support with early ambulation

Lapidus bunionectomy (also called Lapiplasty) has become very popular over the past two to three years.  The Lapidus procedure has a numbe...

Metatarsal pads – to skive or not to skive

Skiving provides a finished edge to the metatarsal pad – but does that matter?Felt metatarsal pad

What is skiving?

Metatarsal pads come in different shapes, sizes and densities.  One question often asked by customers is in regards to the beveled edge of the metatarsal pad.  The beveled or skived edge is a finishing ...

How to Get James Harden Back on the Court?

What is a sprained toe and how is it treated?James Hardin

Head coach of the Houston Rockets, Mike D’Antoni announced last night that former MVP James Harden, starting guard for the team, would be forced to sit out in today’s game against the New Orleans Pelicans.  D’Antoni cited a sprain to the great toe as th...

Sesamoid fractures – symptoms and treatment options

What is a sesamoid fracture and how is it treated?

A sesamoid bone is a small bone found on the bottom (plantar surface) of the great toe joint.  Each sesamoid bone is about the X-ray foot sesamoid bones size of a pinto bean. The sesamoid bones derive their funny name from the Arabic word semsem, meaning sesame seed. (1) ...