Minimally invasive foot surgery

Description of treatment

In the past, we talked about 15-20 years ago, having surgery on one foot, let’s put a “bunion” as an example, was a terribly painful experience.

The patients were in excruciating pain and required several days of hospitalization. Likewise, his life was totally interrupted for weeks, work, social life, travel, sport, everything was relegated to the background for months.

For more than 20 years we have been practicing Minimally invasive surgery (Also percutaneous surgery) in our daily practice, to treat the most frequent conditions of forefoot surgery and more recently also in the back of it.

The deformities that benefit from these treatments are mainly:

  • Hallux Valgus (Bunions)
  • Hallux Rigidus (Osteoarthritis of the big toe)
  • Claw and hammer toes
  • Quintus varus (Tailor’s Bunion)
  • Morton’s neuroma
  • Metatarsalgia (Pain in the forefoot)
What is MIS or percutaneous surgery?

Through small incisions of less than half a centimetre we accessed the bones and joints. With the help of a powerful X-ray equipment to guide and with the help of special instruments, we section the bones (Osteotomies) to change the eyes and correct all these deformities.

Advantages of MIS Surgery

  • Practice absence of postoperative pain. Not suffering.
  • Outpatient procedures (Day Hospital)
  • Loco-regional anaesthesia at the ankle level (No spinal anaesthesia whenever we can avoid it)
  • Immediate ambulation
  • Return to work activities from the first week (except in force work)
  • A faster return to sports activities
  • Excellent aesthetic and functional results


We offer 40 years of experience in the diagnosis and treatment of these diseases through this type of surgery in which we are within the group of pioneers and where we have contributed in the development and improvement of these surgical techniques. Numerous scientific publications, anatomical studies, book chapters in our specialty. Numerous participations as an expert in medical congresses.

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300 €

Price of treatment