Reconstructive Foot Surgery

Based in the heart of NY, Advance Foot and Ankle Solutions offers the best facility for performing reconstructive foot surgery, while catering to all other various foot and ankle problems. Look no further when you can have direct access to the globally acclaimed specialist team of foot and ankle surgeons, supervising & managing your reconstructive foot surgery with diligence and dedication.

Advance Foot and Ankle Solutions support team is absolutely attentive to your requirements related to reconstructive foot surgery. Call & book an appointment right away for professionally diagnosed, treated and empathetically cured foot and ankle issues, to lead a wholesome, enviable lifestyle.

Reconstructive Surgery: A Helicopter View By Your Orthopedic Professional

According to modern medical progress in the field of surgical procedures, the term “Reconstructive Surgery” is no uncommon phenomenon. Going by the definition, it may lead to quite a few “what” and “why” of the reconstruction process. Reconstructive surgery affords to rectify and improve scores of birth and acquired abnormal conditions such as congenital clubfoot or cleft palate, some ill-development due to an acute injury, certain neurological conditions, and chronic issues leading to arthritis. The intensity of these problems may range from mild to moderate to severe, requiring immediate medical attention and advice.

Reconstructive Foot Surgery: Its Scope

Reconstructive podiatric surgery carries with itself a scope that determines its beneficial characteristics, as pointed out below:

  • Restoring Functionality To The Foot
  • Cosmetic Purposes Not Usually Accounted For
  • Relieving Excessive Pain From Conditions Like Bunions Or Hammer Toe
  • Correcting The Impact Of Unsupportive & Damaging Footwear
  • Treating Arthritis Through Surgical Methods

Reconstructive Foot Surgery: Its Causative Factors

The reason underlying the need for reconstructive surgery is diagnosed and decided by a practicing podiatrist bearing professional experience. In working to restore the foot, there are several parts that may be affected and need to be treated by surgery. Reconstructive surgery can include tissue reconstruction, function restoration, and sometimes cosmetic rehabilitation, each of which serve their own purposes.

  • Ineffective Noninvasive Treatment Methods happen to be the first line of failure where a podiatrist would consider going for the invasive methods. Although several common foot and ankle ailments can be treated non-surgically, your specialist might recommend opting for surgical approach if nonsurgical means appear to be failing and symptoms persist. As a last resort in attaining cure, surgery is often the most efficient way that spearheads all treatment procedures.
  • An Unsuccessful Previous Foot Surgery causes certain podiatric problems to recur at some point of time. For instance, a seemingly successful podiatric surgery involving ganglion cysts and bunions carry the tendency of returning. Moreover, metallic hardware such as plates and screws incorporated within the operated foot may turn loose or need to be replaced. Last but not the least, your podiatric surgeon may not have performed well enough in accomplishing the surgical procedure with professionalism and adroitness, resulting in post-surgical complications and ultimately, failure.
  • Excruciating Pain & Loss Of Function often lead to a reconstructive process that is recommended by your podiatrist in cases of severe foot and ankle pain, a deformity, or a disease that has led to the loss of function of your foot and/or ankle. For certain foot issues, reconstructive surgery serves as a primary treatment option whereby the condition is treated via multiple surgeries. Such stubborn problems include:
    • Adult Flatfoot Syndrome
    • Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
    • Foot Or Ankle Fracture/Break Due To Traumas
    • Foot Tumors
    • Malformations Such As Spina Bifida & Clubfoot
    • Acute Stages Of Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction
    • Complications Arising Out Of Bacterial Infections
    • Formation Of Ulcers
    • Severe Neuromas

Reconstructive Foot Surgery: When To Have One?

If you are experiencing problems standing or moving your foot, confronted with pain while walking, or have difficulty wearing shoes it is possible that reconstructive surgery can help alleviate these issues. The ideal subjects for a reconstructive operation may include the following:

  • Victims Of Accidental Trauma & Other Injuries
  • Athletes Leading An Active Lifestyle
  • Arthritis Issues Such As Plantar Fasciitis, Heel/Bone Spurs & Bone/Joint Deformities
  • Congenital (Birth) Defects
  • Ageing Issues Such As Hammer Toes, Claw Toes & Mallet Toes

Reconstructive Foot Surgery: The Pre-surgical Phase

If you are in need of reconstructive foot and ankle surgery in New York, our highly trained surgical physicians

  • Would take into consideration the overall condition of the foot in question, since it acts as the decisive factor for performing the reconstruction procedure.
  • Would account for the condition of the tissue surrounding the injury or deformity for health and stability.
  • Would evaluate the skeletal and muscular integrity, and other factors that affect recovery.
  • Would thoroughly examine you via x-ray imaging of the affected area.
  • Would perform blood tests, urinalysis and EKGs to determine the extent of your foot area blood circulation.

Reconstructive Foot Surgery: The Postsurgical Phase

Certain precautionary measures need to be employed to prevent all types of complications produced as a result of negligence.

  • Taking plenty of rest to speed up healing
  • Applying icepacks frequently to ward off swelling and pain
  • Wearing specialized surgical or orthopedic shoes
  • Keeping weight off the affected foot
  • Using crutches while walking
  • Wearing a cast or bandage for proper healing