Benefits of Minimally Invasive Foot Surgery

Posted by Dr. Brian Nagy on November 29, 2017

benefits written on chalkboardHave you been told you need foot surgery? If so, you might be overwhelmed by the prospect. However, your podiatrist can now perform minimally invasive surgery that carries far more benefits than risks. There are myriad ways to treat foot pain and injury, and your foot doctor will know which treatment is right for you. If your New Hampshire podiatrist is recommending foot, chances are you've already tried conservative treatments that haven't worked. 

Why You Should Consider Minimally Invasive Foot Surgery

Your podiatrist would not recommend surgery unless it was his professional opinion that it is the best treatment option for you. You might be able to manage foot pain for a little while. But if you have an underlying issue the pain will only come back and can even cause damage to your foot.

Many foot problems cause pain in the toes, feet, ankles, and elsewhere in the body. If your foot pain is left untreated, your quality of life will continue to suffer and/or deteriorate. Foot surgery can be the permanent solution to your foot problems. 

Benefits of Minimally Invasive Surgery

Hearing the word "surgery" might make you nervous, but compared to traditional foot surgery, minimally invasive surgery is relatively easy and offers many benefits:


  • Minimal bleeding and scarring. With traditional surgery, you might endure deep or intrusive cuts that can bleed and cause permanent scars. With minimally invasive surgery, a small incicision is made using special instruments similar to what a jeweler would use. There's little bleeding and scarring if any. 

  • Less pain and swelling. Because minimally invasive surgery is a minor procedure, you won't suffer the pain typically associated with traditional surgery. 

  • Fewer complications. Fewer, smaller cuts, less bleeding, and not being put under all mean there is less of a chance you'll endure pain, swelling, infection, and other complications that can arise during and after traditional surgery. 

  • Less downtime. Minimally invasive surgery such as HyProCure® usually takes only 15-20 minutes and requires far less recovery time than traditional surgery. You should be able to walk out of your podiatrist's office after the procedure and return to your normal activities in about a week, depending on how fast your own body typically heals. 

Foot Pain and Problems That Can be Helped by HyProCure® 

HyProCure® is a minimally invasive surgery that treats foot and ankle pain for the long term, not just the weekend. Your Qualified HyProCure® Surgeon performs this procedure by placing a small titanium stent in the space between your heel bone and your ankle bone.

Specifically designed to correct misaligned feet, HyProCure® is a scientifically-tested, long-term solution for foot and ankle problems associated with misalignment including bunions, hammertoes, flat feet, plantar fasciitis, and overpronation.

Additional signs and symptoms you may be suffering from foot misalignment include hip pain, knee pain, back pain, shin splints, curly toes or other foot deformities. 

If you are suffering from foot or ankle pain, get the help you deserve. Minimally invasive surgery is not a difficult procedure and offers many benefits over traditional surgery. You don't have to let your pain go untreated.

At Nagy Footcare, we believe you should not have to suffer from foot pain. We believe you should have the best treatment options available to you. And if you need foot surgery, contact a New Hampshire podiatrist in our office to schedule a consultation

At Nagy Footcare, our best day is the day you wake up with no foot pain.

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