SURGICAL PROCEDURES

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Achilles Tendon Reconstruction

Achilles tendon reconstruction with tendon transfer is considered in chronic Achilles tendon rupture or severe tendinopathy. Read more...

Ankle fusion (arthrodesis)

Ankle fusion is a reliable procedure to treat end-stage ankle arthritis. Read more...

Big toe fusion (1st MTPJ arthrodesis)

The big-toe joint is fused ('set') to alleviate the pain from arthritis. Read more...

Bunionette surgery

Part of the bunionette is removed and bone cuts are made to realign the bone. Read more...

Cheilectomy of 1st MTPJ (big toe joint)

Patients with early arthritis and end-range movement pain would be considered for this procedure. Read more...

Lateral ligament reconstruction

This procedure is undertaken to reduce ankle instability. Read more...

Midfoot fusion

Arthritic painful joints in the middle of your foot are fused to relief the pain. Read more...

Achilles Debridement (Mid-substance) 

This procedure is indicated in patients with Achilles tendinopathy at the mid-substance of the tendon. Read more...

Ankle Arthroscopy

This is a surgical technique of looking inside the joint with a small scope (keyhole). Read more...

Ankle replacement

An alternative procedure to ankle arthrodesis for end-stage ankle arthritis. Read more...

Bunion surgery

The deformity is corrected by removing part of the bunion followed by realignment of the bone. Read more...

Cartiva implant

Cartiva is a gel-like implant that is designed to replace the damaged cartilage surface of the big-toe joint. Read more...

Haglund resection

The removal of the Haglund deformity can be done endoscopically (keyhole) or open. Read more...

Morton's neuroma excision

The thickened nerve is cut out to alleviate pain. Read more...

Tibialis posterior tendon reconstruction

The tendon is reconstructed using a tendon transfer​ combined with bone realignment. Read more...

Mr Dev Mahadevan
Consultant Foot and Ankle Surgeon

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