2018 Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery: Can the Syndesmosis Procedure Prevent Metatarsus Primus Varus and Hallux Valgus Deformity Recurrence? A 5-Year Prospective Study. Dr. Wu’s preeminent publication to date, providing unequivocal evidence that the Syndesmosis Procedure can prevent bunion recurrence.
2018 Journal of Orthopaedics Case Reports: A Case Report of Spontaneous Second Toe Varus Deformity Correction after Hallux Valgus Deformity Correction by a Non-osteotomy Technique: Syndesmosis Procedure. Proves that everything is connected and demonstrates the power of correcting the root of problem.
2016 JSM Foot and Ankle: A Physiological Soft Tissue Procedure for Hallux Valgus Deformity Correction. An in-depth analysis and demonstration of the simple, but critical principles behind the Syndesmosis Procedure.
2016 The Foot: Salvaging of a failed Lapidus procedure by the soft tissue osteodesis procedure: A six-year follow-up case report. Exhibiting a correction surgery (and previously unthinkable feat) made possible by “treating according to pathology.”
2015 Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery: A retrospective study of 63 hallux valgus corrections using the osteodesis procedure. The Syndesmosis Procedure delivers consistent results thanks to its physiological and minimally-traumatic treatment principles.
2014 Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research: Osteodesis for Hallux Valgus Correction: Is it Effective? All bunion severities can be corrected by the Syndesmosis Procedure, simply because it truly addresses the common root pathology of all bunion feet.
2014 The Bone & Joint Journal: The use of a syndesmosis procedure for the treatment of hallux valgus: good clinical and radiological results two years post-operatively. Establishes that the Syndesmosis Procedure is a true advocate of “bunion surgery for optimal function.”
2010 The Foot and Ankle Online Journal: Does Wearing High-heeled Shoe Cause Hallux Valgus? A Survey of 1,056 Chinese Females. Statistical evidence debunking the traditional blame on high-heels, further validated by the larger 2013 Framingham Foot Study of more than 3,000 participants.
2007 Foot and Ankle International: Syndesmosis Procedure: A Non-Osteotomy Approach to Metatarsus Primus Varus Correction. An early case-series report was the first of subsequent Syndesmosis Procedure studies to provide indisputable evidence by releasing all raw radiological image data.