MINIBunion® is Minimally-Invasive!
This results in faster rehabilitation than traditional bunion procedures which are more invasive. Traditional bunion procedures involve cutting through the joint capsule which may increase swelling and slow rehabilitation. Additionally, these procedures remove the bunion by cutting the bone and simply sliding it to the side.
The MINIBunion® is a minimally-invasive implant and procedure that spares the joint capsule and restores the joint to its original 3D position. This allows patients to have a walking recovery instead of being in a cast for several weeks.
MiniBunion® Preserves the Joint Capsule
Traditional Bunion Procedure
The MINIBunion® System
Although it depends on surgeon recommendations and patient factors, many patients walk immediately in a special postoperative shoe. The pain from recovery depends on the pain tolerance of the patient. However, surgeons who utilize the miniBunion® technique report their patients are in less pain than expected from traditional bunion surgery.
A Rapid Return to Real Life
for minimally invasive bunion surgery
Bunions can be painful and unsightly. One of the main reasons bunion-sufferers avoid surgery is concerns about how long they will be off their feet and unable to take care of themselves or their responsibilities.
The MiniBunion® System is intended for fixation of osteotomies and corrective procedures of the hallux and associated disorders such as hallux valgus. There are potential risks associated with the use of these devices, some of which include: allergic reaction to the implant material, fracture of the implant, soft-tissue complication (e.g., infection at the implant site, prolonged healing), and revision surgery. Refer to IFU for all contraindications, warnings, and risks.
Use the contact form to let us know how we can help you!
For more information on miniBunion® go to www.miniBunion.com
For more information on dynaBunion® go to www.4Dbunion.com
Click here to find a foot doctor.
6423 Shelby View Dr. Suite 101,
Memphis, TN 38134
Phone: (901) 221-8406