2 Bunion Deformity

One of the most common foot problems we treat is a bunion deformity, which is a misalignment of the bone at the big toe joint. Bunions are often painful and can often drastically change the shape of your foot, limiting your daily activities and precluding multiple foot problems. If you have been putting off surgery, ask your doctor about the minimally invasive bunionplasty.

At Brick Foot & Ankle Center we are the official home of the minimally invasive bunion. Dr.Mostafa as performed the most “Minimally Invasive Bunion Surgeries” in the State of New Jersey and teaches physicians around the country on how to perform this surgery. The benefits of the minimally invasive approach is that there is virtually no scar or pain after the surgery and recovery is much faster when compared to your traditional bunion surgery. Get back on your feet and back to work much quicker with this innovative technique.

Minimally invasive bunion surgery can help you to get back on your feet faster, with less pain, scaring and swelling. This minimally invasive surgery is performed with small 3-5mm incisions, compared to 3-5 inch incisions used in traditional bunion surgery. Minimally Invasive Foot Surgery utilizes percutaneous, micro incisions to correct bunions, hammertoes, as well as other foot conditions. Advantages of having your bunion corrected through a minimally invasive approach to a traditional open approach is less pain, earlier return to function and activity, smaller incisions and less soft tissue trauma with little to no scar. Minimally invasive surgery can both reduce pain and improve the appearance of your feet.