Minimal Incision Surgery

Minimal incision surgery is a complex of operative techniques used to reach the most profound tissues (bones, tendons, etc.) through small incisions that do not extend five millimeters. Special tools help correct and eliminate deformities of the foot bone structure that cause various pathologies.

  • Bunions (hallux abducto valgus)
  • Hammer toes / claw toes
  • Metatarsalgia
  • Tailor’s bunion deformity
  • Tarsal tunnel syndrome
  • Sinus tarsi syndrome
  • Exostosis / osteochondroma
  • Calcaneal spur (heel spur)
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Morton’s neuroma


These techniques do not involve large incisions, typical of open surgery, thus being minimally traumatic. When they are performed without ischemia, adjacent tissues do not get hurt, invasion point avoids being directly exposed, and the circulatory system does not get affected. The latter is very important in patients with circulatory disorders.


Internal fixators are not employed due to the specifics of intracapsular osteotomy and functional bandaging. Patients may walk immediately after the intervention, prolonged immobilization is unnecessary. Therefore, minimal incision techniques should be the best option in patients with peripheral circulatory disorders, metabolic diseases (e.g. diabetes) and other system pathologies. 




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Especialistas en cirugía de mínima incisión