Treat Your Bunion with a Bunionectomy

Suffering from a bunion? Looking for something less invasive than traditional surgery? Landmark Foot and Ankle podiatrists offer a minimally invasive technique called Minimal incision surgery (MIS) bunionectomy for treating bunions. Benefits of this procedure include minimizing tissue damage, scarring, and swelling; reducing complications; and improving overall recovery cosmesis. After surgery, most patients can walk right away, and go back to work sooner. Most patients can also transition to regular shoes by the 6th week. 

To learn more, request an appointment with Landmark Foot and Ankle today!

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