Hallux valgus treatments
A bunion can be corrected by several surgical means. Most procedures require an osteotomy – sectioning and realigning the bone. Choosing the most appropriate approach to restore optimal function requires extensive knowledge of foot biomechanics.
Dr. Hobeychi’s preferred methods are much less invasive and painful than conventional treatments, which require the insertion of pins, a plaster cast, and several months of recovery time. His patients regain the use of their feet immediately after surgery and can even have both feet treated in a single session.