Advanced Arthroscopic Surgery Through Arthrex Synergy 4K Imaging Platform

Comprehensive Pain Management for No Pain No Inflammation

Only 24 Hours Stay.

Insurance, Cashless, Mediclaim Available.

Why Nexus Day Surgery Centre?

The Minimally Invasive Foot & Ankle Surgery is truly a minimally invasive procedure done through tiny incisions. This procedure will permanently correct your bunion and how you can get back on your feet faster.

How it Works

The Minimally Invasive Bunionectomy realigns the bony structures of your big toe while maintaining a healthy healing environment to promote a fast recovery. Every bunion is different, and your surgeon can customize 3D correction to your bunion using Arthrex’s specialized procedure and instruments. Our minimally invasive procedure requires only tiny “pinhole” incisions to achieve triplanar correction without fusing a joint or excessive hardware, thus relieving your bunion pain with a cosmetic solution.

Benefits of Minimally Invasive Bunionectomy

Start walking right after surgery.

Small incisions leave almost no scar.

Less postoperative pain, swelling, and stiffness.

Maintain motion in your toe.

Promotes a good healing environment with minimal soft tissue disruption.

Here's How We Get You Back Faster

The minimal disruption of the soft tissues around your toe promotes a better healing environment. Operating through tiny incisions protects the vascular structures of your foot, promoting blood flow to the area and reducing the swelling and stiffness associated with more invasive techniques. The end result for you is a faster recovery.

We also Treat

Ankle Ligament repairs with DX FiberTak® Soft Anchor for Brostrom Repair with InternalBrace™

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Total ankle replacement, or ankle arthroplasty, treats ankle arthritis.

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Other Foot and Ankle Procedure we Perform

Hammer Toe Deformity

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Arthroscopic Hagland's Excision

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MIS Akin Osteotomy

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Endoscopic Soft tissue release

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Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions? We're here to help.

  • What causes plantar fasciitis?

    Plantar fasciitis is caused by excessive strain on the plantar fascia, which is a thick band of tissue that runs along the bottom of your foot from your heel to your toes. This strain can be caused by a number of factors, including overuse, wearing improper shoes, or having flat feet.

  • To prevent ankle sprains, it's important to wear proper footwear and to strengthen the muscles around your ankles through exercise. You can also try to avoid activities that are more likely to cause ankle sprains, such as jumping and sudden changes in direction.

  • A stress fracture is a small crack in a bone that is caused by overuse. Stress fractures are common in the feet and ankles, and they can be caused by activities like running or jumping. Symptoms of a stress fracture include pain, swelling, and tenderness in the affected area.

  • Flat feet are characterized by a lack of arches in the feet. To determine if you have flat feet, you can try the wet footprint test: wet your feet and then step onto a piece of paper. If your footprint shows the entire outline of your foot with no arch, you may have flat feet. Other symptoms can include pain or discomfort in the feet, ankles, or legs.

  • Achilles tendinitis is an inflammation of the Achilles tendon, which connects the calf muscle to the heel bone. This condition is usually caused by overuse or repetitive strain, and it can cause pain, swelling, and stiffness in the affected area. Treatment for Achilles tendinitis can include rest, ice, physical therapy, and in some cases, surgery.