Don’t Wait Any Longer to Have Your Bunion Fixed Through Minimally Invasive Bunion Surgery
It’s Time To Get Back On Your Feet!
Don’t spend another summer hiding your toes in socks and shoes. You no longer have to be embarrassed to let your feet be seen in sandals! Have your bunions and hammertoes fixed now, and be ready to hit the links come spring!
Bunions are one of the most common orthopedic issues that the average adult faces – in fact, it is estimated that 1 in 4 Americans will experience bunions each year! These are bony bumps on the joints of your big toe and small toe that are caused by wearing incorrect footwear, injuries, or genetic conditions. Bunions can cause extreme pain and swelling around your toes.
When left untreated, they can cause the misalignment of other toes, hammertoes, corns, etc.
If your toes are extremely curled or abnormally bent, you may have developed a hammertoe.
As tendons are overworked, they can become stiff and unable to relax.
A heel spur is a foot condition that’s created by a bony-like growth that extends between your heel bone and arch.
If you’re experiencing pain and swelling in your heel, this could be the cause.
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Minimally Invasive Surgery with Us
We’ve been performing minimally invasive surgery for a long time – It’s our one and only specialty! Unlike other “non-invasive” surgeries, we don’t use any screws, plates, or wires. Instead, we perform a fast, effective, and virtually painless procedure by making a small incision. Some facts about our procedures include:
- Recovery Time: You’ll walk out of surgery and be able to drive home with a post-op shoe for 4 weeks or less
Scheduling: Can be performed anytime, sometimes even same day. We can even schedule both feet on back-to-back days
- Anesthesia: Local anesthesia on foot ONLY, no general anesthesia needed
Incision Size: Usually 1/8-inch incision Surgical Instruments: Burs and rasps used for minimally invasive procedures Infection Risk: Low
Traditional Surgery with Them
Traditional surgery involves hardware and time off of your foot. It can be more invasive, leading to more damage, and in many cases requires a longer and more restrictive healing period.
- Recovery Time: 8-12 weeks per foot, which includes a portion of non-weight bearing time off your foot
Scheduling: Needs to be scheduled far in advance, typically need to schedule both feet 12+ weeks apart
- Anesthesia: General or regional with or without narcotics with patient asleep during surgery
Incision Size: 2-3 inches, requires stitches Surgical Instruments: Hammers, chisels, saws, wires, pins, screws and more Infection Risk: Higher
With 30+ Years of Experience & 5-Stars on Google, Every Success Story Makes Us Smile
We know that just the idea of surgery can be scary for many patients. We understand, and we sympathize.
Here at Northwest Surgery Center, your safety and comfort is our top priority. From your very first consultation with our team to post-op visits, we do everything we can to make patients feel welcome, comfortable, and informed. If the fear of undergoing surgery has kept you from pursuing your options for the treatment of painful conditions like bunions, rest assured that you are in good hands at Northwest Surgery Center. We will ensure that you have the most comfortable experience possible every step of the way and will have you back to living life free from bunion pain in no time.
Still on the fence about undergoing minimally invasive surgery? We have performed hundreds of successful bunion removal procedures in our clinic, and guarantee that you will be in good hands – but, don’t just take it from us! Click here to see what dozens of real patients had to say about their Northwest Surgery Center experience at our Milwaukee office.
Northwest Surgery Center has two locations, and we treat bunion patients from all over the world. Our revolutionary minimally invasive bunion removal procedure allows bunion sufferers to walk, drive, and even fly home… right after surgery! If you’re tired of suffering from painful and unsightly bunions, contact the professionals at Northwest Surgery Center today. We make removing bunions and treating pain once and for all as easy as possible, so you can get back to living your life without restrictions.
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