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04/12/2021    

PODIATRISTS IN THE NEWS - PART 1


MIS Bunion Surgery Leads to Faster Recovery: IL Podiatrist


 


“Given how widespread bunions are, there have been many different ways to treat them through surgery,” said John Sigle, DPM, a podiatric physician. “One option is removing the portion of bone on the side of the big toe. Another is cutting and realigning soft tissue surrounding the big toe joint. However, a surgeon may also make cuts into the bone to realign the joint, or remove or reshape the bone in the big toe joint, among other techniques.”


 













Dr. John Sigle



 


With minimally invasive procedures, patients are able to return to work and normal everyday activities faster than with traditional bunion surgeries. “Minimally invasive surgical procedures with smaller incisions cause less disruption to soft tissue and result in less scarring,” said Sigle. State-of-the-art laser treatments are also provided after surgery to significantly reduce swelling and pain.


 


Source: The State Journal-Register [4/7/21]
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