Correctional Surgery For Brachymetatarsia

         

Dr.K’s correctional surgery for brachymetatarsia has been hailed as “life-changing” and “transformative” by patients. Brachymetatarsia is when one or more bones in the foot stop growing too early, while the other toes keep growing (mostly around 7-8 years old). For the most part, this is a genetic disorder, but may also be caused by an injury or infection. Brachymetatarsia usually happens to the fourth toe bone of one foot or both feet. This can be painful when you’re walking because the other bones (toes) are holding more weight than usual. Most patients experience discomfort in shoes.

What Is Correctional Surgery For Brachymetatarsia?

To fix this condition, Dr. Khosroabadi (Dr. K) surgically places a small device on the toe bone. This allows a patient to lengthen their toe bone very slowly by turning a screw at home (these adjustments are usually painless).

Another option is when Dr. K cuts the toe bone in half and inserts a graft between the two halves of the toe bone. After a few weeks, the bone graft heals and becomes part of the original toe bone.

“My experience with brachymetatarsia was a roller coaster experience nonetheless I don’t regret anything and I’m so thankful I got the chance to be part of this journey. After the first day of surgery was not pleasant. It’s ok because you know the outcome of your dreams comes true. After a couple of days, you start to notice changes in your feet. Once a day slowly turns the device to make your bone grow. Then slowly within months, you’re able to apply pressure on your feet and you feel much better knowing you’re able to start taking baby steps. Always keep your feet clean to prevent any infections. Be very careful that you don’t bump or hurt your foot. If you feel it very swollen elevate your feet and the swelling will start heeling. I’m so happy with my results and definitely recommend this surgery for the person wishing to have nice feet.”
– Kelly

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