- Bunion Basics
- Case presentation
- Mild Bunion Deformity Correction
- Moderate Bunion Deformity Correction
- Severe Bunion Deformity Correction
- Extreme Bunion Deformity Correction
- Spontaneous Secondary Deformity Correction
- Salvaging Failed Bone-Breaking Surgery
- Salvaging Failed Lapidus Fusion Surgery
- Salvaging Failed McBride Procedure
- Syndesmosis procedure vs Bone-breaking procedures
- For Doctors
- Syndesmosis Procedure vs Osteotomy Procedures in Advantages
- Procedure-Specific Complications
- Secondary conditions correction
Syndesmosis procedure is an evidence-based bunion surgery that has successfully broken with the bone-breaking tradition. It has been able to overcome not just one but all the 4 most critical challenges in bunion surgery.
1. To correct bunion deformity without breaking bones
2. To correct possibly all bunion severities with one surgical technique
3. To restore foot function for unrestricted activities or shoes
4. To prevent bunion recurrence
The real purpose for bunion surgery is to help bunion feet return
to unrestricted activities and shoes without pain or recurrence.
This 26 years old figure skating instructor had to stop coaching due to excruciating bunion pain in her skates. She was also falling easily in walking for no apparent reasons. Six months after non-bone-breaking bunion surgery of her both feet at the same time she could return to painless skating and had no more mysterious falling incidents either for more than 8 years already.
Due to severe bunion pain from performing in her high heel shoes and also low back pain from trying to compensate for her bunion pain, this young female singer underwent the non-bone-breaking bunion surgery of her feet at the same time and has been able to return to her 4-inch high heels about 6 months after surgery without any bunion or low back pain for more than 5 years now.
This 50 years old female professional golfer had to finally stop playing due to severe metatarsalgia of her feet and numbing pain of her toes. One year after the non-bone-breaking bunion surgery of her both feet at the same time she could return to competition with only mild residual metatarsal discomfort but much improved balance and power.
This 35 years old male Kung Fu master felt the biggest difference after the non-bone-breaking bunion surgery of his left foot was not just the complete pain-relief but also to his surprise he could even kick with much greater power than before with his right foot because his left foot is now feeling so much more stable and stronger in supporting his body for kicking.