Do you feet looked collapsed? Are you getting pain in the arch? Can you not find a shoe to fit your foot?
Our board-certified surgeons have been performing minimally invasive surgery for flat foot deformity for many patients and can help you understand both the condition and its treatment.
If I Choose to Have MIS Flatfoot Surgery, What can I Expect?
As is the case with all procedures with our MIS Flatfoot Surgeons, we treat flat feet with minimally invasive surgery. Depending on the severity of your condition, our board-certified surgeons will perform one of two minimally invasive surgical procedures.
Minimally invasive surgery is fast, safe, and more cost-effective than other surgical procedures.
You’ll be able to walk immediately following surgery and many of our patients go back to work the next day. You will need to wear a post-operative boot for about 3-4 weeks following the operation.
5 mm Incision
A major advantage of MIS Flatfoot Surgery is the lack of traditional large incisions. Our surgeons utilize specialized instruments that allow all work to be completed through tiny hole that heal quickly and rarely causes scarring.
Everyone has heard that flatfoot surgery requires lots of pins, screws and even plates. MIS Flatfoot surgery requires a very small insert to stabilize your foot, leading to less pain and less swelling.
Most of our patients state they have little to no pain after their MIS Flatfoot procedure. Our MIS Surgeons have training and experience utilizing a specialized technique mastered only by a handful of surgeons across the country.
Forget the cast. Forget the crutches. Forget the non-weightbearing. Minimally Invasive Hammertoe Surgery allows the patient walk out of the surgery center without the worry of causing damage to the surgical site. Did we mention, that MIS Hammertoe surgery requires NO ANESTHESIA? This allows patients of any age to fix their feet!
Pros & Cons of MIS Flatfoot Surgery
Stop that foot pain!
Dr. Baldwin and Dr. Bradley treat their patients at Achilles Foot and Ankle Center. You can easily book a same day appointment with one of these surgeons by visiting Achilles Foot and Ankle online. Simply choose “Minimally Invasive Foot Surgery Consult” as your appointment type. One of our representatives will contact you shortly!