The following topics are only a few of the elective procedures that I routinely perform.
Patients who have frequent inversion or twisting injuries of their ankle can often have a disrupted lateral ligament complex. If prolonged physiotherapy and bracing fails to prevent recurrence of ankle sprains reconstruction of the ligaments may be indicated
The surgery can be performed by “key hole” techniques in combination with open techniques.
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Keyhole surgery for the ankle can act as a diagnostic tool as well as therapeutic. Cartilage lesions and bony outgrowths (osteophytes) that limit range of movement can be addressed.
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Advanced arthritis of the ankle can be treated with a fusion. Patients are left with a gait that is close to normal.
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