Posts in the foot surgery questions category

Footsurgery News 12 Oct | '2018

Minimally Invasive (Keyhole) Foot Surgery

Podiatric foot and ankle surgeon Dr Kim brings significant advance for minimally invasive (keyhole) foot and ankle surgery to Brisbane and Gold Coast.

Minimally Invasive surgery has gained popularity in the field of foot and ankle surgery. Special surgical instruments/devices with advanced imaging techniques are used to visualise and perform various foot and ankle surgery through small incisions.

Because minimally invasive (keyhole) foot surgery, does not involve a long incision, it results in less trauma to the muscles and soft tissue surrounding the foot. In most cases, this results in less pain after foot surgery and a faster recovery.

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Footsurgery News 14 Jun | '2018

What do you need to know about bunion surgery?

Do I need bunion surgery?

Although your surgeon has recommended an operation for your bunion to improve the function of your foot and reduce pain, it is your decision if you go ahead with the operation or not.

The bunion is often progressive and once the second toe overlies or underlies your first toe, additional operations are required to address the deformed lesser toes.

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Footsurgery News 27 Sep | '2017

Does surgery help plantar fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is a frequently observed deformity which commonly affects individuals who are active in the sport, overweight/obese or have structural anomalies such as high arches or flat feet. Heel pain can be successfully treated with non -surgical care. However, in those circumstances where conservative treatment fails, surgery may be indicatedRead More

Footsurgery News 24 May | '2017

Can all podiatrists do surgery?

Yes – all podiatrists are trained in the use of local anaesthetic and scalpel blade techniques. However, most podiatrists will only perform surgery of the nails and skin, such as ingrown toenails and excision of plantar warts. Nationally, there are 35 specialist podiatric surgeons and Dr Kim is the only one of podiatric surgeons in Queensland – who is registered to be able to perform more advanced surgery. Read More