Minimally invasive surgery in foot surgery
Minimally invasive surgery is one of the most innovative treatments we can take advantage of when it comes to treating any foot problem, including common pathologies such as bunions or claw toes. This is an innovative surgical technique that will allow us to improve any problems such as those mentioned above, through a simple intervention.
The problems that can arise in our feet are surely the most uncomfortable problems that we can suffer, we must bear in mind that having healthy feet represents something as elementary for us as being able to walk without problems. When we have a problem in our feet, however small the problem may be, we suffer a lot and it is therefore essential to resolve it as soon as possible in the best possible way.
In the past, most foot problems meant that we had to have a somewhat more laborious surgical intervention, however, thanks to minimally invasive surgery these problems can be solved without having to perform a complex operation, we will see the advantages that can represent for us this type of intervention.
Advantages of minimally invasive surgery
On the one hand, one of the key elements in this type of intervention is that operating time is much shorter than before, thus allowing the intervention to be carried out in a short period of time without any major complications for us. In addition, it is a technique that avoids discomfort after the operation as patient’s don’t suffer the usual discomfort caused by most operations because the technique offers patients the possibility of not having a complex post-operative recovery.
Minimally invasive surgery is performed under local anesthesia, so it is not necessary to worry about the discomfort and risks generated by general anesthesia, which is always complicated when the operation is over because it involves a somewhat slow and uncomfortable recovery, and also because surgery under general anesthesia always involves an operation that may involve more risks during the operation.
Thanks to the minimally invasive surgery we avoid all the usual worries of the surgical operations, but at the same time we benefit from all its technique and all its processes. Thanks to this type of intervention we will also obtain a very fast recovery, which applied to the feet, means that we obtain an immediate solution to an uncomfortable condition such as that of a bunion.