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How do the surgery options stack up?

Syndesmosis Bunion Surgery

Osteotomy & Arthrodesis Surgeries

Common & widely available

95% of all bunion surgeries

Aligned with status quo

Aligned with status quo

Both feet at the same time

Seldom recommended, impractical

Prevents recurrence

Recurrence well-known

One technique for all severities

Numerous procedures needed

Proven to restore function

Lack of objective evidence

Helps resolve secondary problems

Additional surgery required

Unrestricted activities & shoes

Restrictions may be necessary

Minimally-traumatic, less pain

Sacrificing normal bones & joints

Fewer & milder complications

Higher risk for complications

Immediate big toe mobility exercises

Usually postponed by 1 month

Physiotherapy treatment not required

Commonly required

Natural cosmetic result

Aesthetic can be unnatural

Structural integrity intact

Irreversible bone shape changes

What about my other foot problems?

Everything's connected, and other foot problems can indeed be caused by your bunions. Our patients are often astounded by the disappearance of problems such as clawed toes, calluses and even low back and knee pain. This corrective domino effect, in such seemingly unrelated areas of pain, only further supports the power of Syndesmosis Bunion Surgery. We've witnessed the following secondary problems spontaneously correct themselves without the need for additional surgeries, as evident through our case presentations.

Syndesmosis Bunion Surgery

Osteotomy & Arthrodesis Surgeries

Flexible claw & hammer toes

By additional surgery

Metatarsal calluses

May not improve

(pain in the ball of foot)

By Weil's osteotomy

Morton's neuroma
(pain and numbness in the toes)

By additional surgery


By 5th metatarsal osteotomy

Collapsed medial & transverse arches

Unaddressed & unresolved

Impaired balance


Leg and knee pain


Low back pain