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... It all depends on how bad your bunion is. ... (1 replies)
... I'm looking into the minimal incision surgery because they can book me in much faster than conventional, but are there any drawbacks to it? ... (1 replies)
... I personally would not trust anyone who says they can do minimal incision bunion surgery. Minimal incision surgery of any kind requires specialized training and equipment to work in a tiny area and that MD needs to have tons of practice doing so. I don't think this is the standard of care yet. ... (3 replies)

... I don't know what "minimal" incision means, but I had double bunion surgery nearly 5 weeks ago and was walking immediately after surgery. ... (7 replies)
... According to the info I got from my doctor, it sounds like the minimal incision surgery only requires cutting down the bunion. Well, when you do that the bunion has a greater chance of actually coming back. In order to do it right, and not have to go back, you need to have the bunion cut down and the toe realigned. ... (7 replies)
... I wouldn't get hung up on a minimal incision. The incision for a toe can only be so big anyway. The work that's done inside is going to be exactly the same so a month from now it's not going to make a bit of difference. ... (3 replies)
... I'm not from Canada, nor do I know about minimal incision surgery, but I had bunionectomies with "regular" incisions about a year and a half ago and the scars are almost totally invisible now. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I am new to this board and would appreciate any advice I can get. I have decided to have bunion surgery but am having a difficult time deciding on where to get it done. ... (3 replies)
... Everything I have read indicates that minimal incision surgery is just as good as conventional surgery. The benefits are that less tissue is disturbed, resulting in a faster healing time and less pain. ... (5 replies)
... it's about 3 inches long. My bandages have been off for about a week now and with vitamin E and cocoa butter, my scar is looking much better than I expected already! ... (5 replies)
... has anyone had minimal incision bunion surgery? ... (5 replies)
... It was minimal incision and i have 3 permanent screws in each foot... ... (4 replies)
... As far as I know the procedure is called 'Minimal Incision Bunion Surgery'. That's what they called it when I had it done 21 yrs ago in Toronto. ... (19 replies)
... I waited over a year to get this procedure done and currently he has a 2 yr wait list. ... (8 replies)
... There is a Dr. in Toronto, on Eglinton Ave. I've read about who specializes in Minimal Incision Techique, he is Dr. Sheldon H. Nadal. I'm in Niagara and am looking for someone closer. ... (11 replies)
... ving it done, unfortunately i havent as yet been able to find any literature on it yet! Im due to see my Ortho consultant for an initial exam on Weds for the op and wanted to ask him about it. Ive got very wide feet, one being MUCH worst than the other so im opting for a single op. ... (5 replies)
... Never heard of it either, but a doctor can only make an incision so small on a toe after all. The most important thing is that the surgery is done correctly and successfully. The size of the incision is not important. It's going to look better than a bunion regardless, and who's going to notice anyway? ... (5 replies)
... weeks post op to my bunion surgery on my left foot. ... (0 replies)
... Hi I had my bunion remove on my left foot sept. ... (2 replies)
... Your photos are looking good, I have to say, you're definitely on the road to full recovery, and your toes look straight and nice. I really believe it is just a matter of time for you to get the full bounds back in shy of weeks. ... (41 replies)


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