A bunion on your foot can be unsightly and uncomfortable at best. At worst, it can be painful and prohibitive as you move through your daily life.
At San Antonio Podiatry Associates, our team of podiatrists in San Antonio, Texas has the experience to find the underlying cause of your bunion, provide the treatment you need, and give you the relief you deserve. We also specialize in a cutting-edge surgical option -- Lapiplasty™ -- should your bunion require surgical correction.
If you’re ready to get back on your feet, schedule an appointment with the best podiatrists in San Antonio today!
While bunionectomies are a common surgical solution, San Antonio Podiatry is proud to offer a new, minimally-invasive bunion correction surgery option that have recently emerged: 3D Lapiplasty™ Bunion Surgery
3D Lapiplasty™ Bunion Surgery is known as a “3D bunion correction surgery” due to its three-dimensional approach to treating your foot.
At San Antonio Podiatry, we have a team of skilled podiatrists who specialize in 3D Lapiplasty™. Using cutting-edge instrumentation, Lapiplasty™ bunion surgery seeks to address your bunion at three angles, naturally removing the bump and straightening out your toe as your podiatrist realigns your foot. Your affected joint will then be fused with titanium, which is designed to significantly reduce the likelihood of your bunion coming back.
Because bunions are considered a medical condition, these procedures will likely be covered by your insurance. However, if you have questions about Lapiplasty™ 3D bunion correction cost, please don’t hesitate to call our podiatry office. Our knowledgeable staff is happy to discuss your options with you.
A bunion is a common ailment in the feet in which a few of the bones in the front of your foot are moved out of place. When this occurs, a bony bump will form on the joint at the base of your big toe. This bump can become extremely painful, and can prohibit you from wearing shoes or even walking properly. Bunions can be the result of tight or ill-fitting shoes, undue stress to your feet, or chronic arthritis.
If your bunion has not become severely prohibitive or extremely painful, you may be able to treat it by making simple lifestyle changes, such as changing your shoes and adding padding to your foot. You may also consider reaching out to your podiatrist for . However, a severe bunion that restricts you from daily tasks or causes extreme pain should be removed surgically in a procedure known as a bunionectomy.
When considering your bunionectomy with your podiatrist, it’s important to know that there are three types of surgery from which you can choose:
The podiatrists at San Antonio Podiatry Associates take an individualized approach to every treatment, and bunionectomy is no exception. Your podiatrist will discuss your needs with you and help you determine the appropriate surgery.
All of our board-certified podiatrists at San Antonio Podiatry Associates have been trained and tested in performing bunionectomies as part of their certification. Once you’ve scheduled an appointment, your chosen podiatrist will assess your symptoms and discuss whether a bunionectomy is appropriate. If so, your podiatrist will stand with you to help you prepare for your procedure, every step of the way.