Minimally invasive means minimal pain, plus there are many more advantages over the traditional method of open bunion surgery.
90 minutes after you arrive at the surgery center, you can walk out of surgery and drive yourself home. You will also have minimal pain throughout the process and recovery. There is a quick recovery time because this is outpatient surgery. As long as you have a job that does not require you to be on your feet all day, you don’t have to miss any work.
Minimally invasive surgery uses a local anesthesia so you stay conscious throughout the surgery.
We apply a small cut, not a large incision.
Minimally invasive surgery causes less damage to the tissue of the body because there is less dissection of the layers of the body. This means quicker walking and shorter recovery times.
Here’s a detailed blog post.