Reconstructive Surgery

Reconstructive foot surgery is done primarily to restore the functionality of the foot. This type of surgery can be effective in permanently treating many types of foot disorders, especially when more conservative treatment methods have failed or are not an option. Reconstructive foot surgery can restore a foot to back to its full health and functionality.

Foot disorders that can be resolved with reconstructive foot surgery may have a wide range of causes. Some examples include:

  • Accidents or Injuries
  • Arthritic Disorders
  • Genetic Disorders
  • Improper Footwear
  • Infection
  • Physical Stress

The specific type of surgery performed will depend on the type of condition as well as the severity of the condition. Foot surgery may involve bone, joint, tendon, tissue, or skin repair, and it can involve any part of the foot. Most reconstructive foot surgery can be performed on an outpatient basis with minimally invasive techniques.

The amount of time required to recover from reconstructive foot surgery depends on the type of condition being treated and the type of surgery performed. Recovery may also be accompanied by physical therapy or the use of a cast or brace.

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