Minimally Invasive Surgical Treatment

Advantages of Minimally Invasive Podiatric Surgery

At Austin Foot & Ankle Center, we prioritize your comfort and recovery. Our board-certified podiatrists offer cutting-edge Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) treatments for common conditions such as bunions, hammertoes, and arthritis. These procedures are designed to minimize adhesions, scarring, and post-surgical complications, ultimately leading to a smoother and quicker recovery process. Learn more about the benefits of these procedures and how they can enhance your foot health.

Minimally Invasive Surgery Conditions

Our expert podiatrists employ minimally invasive techniques to treat a variety of conditions, including:

Bunions (Hallux Valgus)

Bunions are bony bumps that form on the joint at the base of the big toe, causing pain, inflammation, and deformity. Minimally invasive bunion surgery involves making small incisions to realign the bones and correct the deformity, resulting in reduced scarring, less pain, and faster recovery compared to traditional open surgery.


Hammertoes occur when the toes bend abnormally at the middle joint, causing pain, corns, and calluses. Minimally invasive surgery for hammertoes involves releasing tight tendons and correcting the toe’s alignment through small incisions, allowing for quicker healing and improved cosmetic outcomes.

Morton’s Neuroma

Morton’s neuroma is a painful condition that affects the nerves between the toes, leading to numbness, tingling, and discomfort. Minimally invasive techniques can be used to remove the affected nerve tissue, providing relief from symptoms without the need for extensive surgery.

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is inflammation of the plantar fascia, a band of tissue that runs along the bottom of the foot. Minimally invasive surgery for plantar fasciitis may involve releasing tight fascia tissue or removing heel spurs through small incisions, resulting in faster recovery and reduced postoperative pain.

Achilles Tendon Disorders

Achilles tendon disorders, such as tendonitis or tears, can cause pain and limited mobility. Minimally invasive techniques, such as percutaneous tendon repair or debridement, can effectively treat Achilles tendon injuries with minimal disruption to surrounding tissues.

Soft Tissue Masses or Tumors

Soft tissue masses or tumors in the foot or ankle may require surgical removal. Minimally invasive surgery allows for precise excision of these growths through small incisions, reducing the risk of complications and promoting faster recovery.

Other Foot and Ankle Conditions

Minimally invasive podiatric surgery can also be used to treat a variety of other foot and ankle conditions, including:

  • Neuromas
  • Arthritis
  • Tendonitis
  • Ligament injuries
  • Joint deformities

A Gentle Approach to Foot Health

Traditional surgical methods often involve large incisions, leading to significant scarring and longer recovery times. In contrast, minimally invasive techniques offered at our practice provide several advantages:

  1. Reduced Scarring: With smaller incisions, scarring is minimized, leaving you with a more aesthetically pleasing outcome.
  2. Faster Recovery: Minimally invasive procedures typically result in quicker healing times, allowing you to return to your daily activities sooner.
  3. In-Office Convenience: Depending on the specific procedure, we can perform these techniques right in our office, eliminating the need for a hospital visit.

Your Path to Pain-Free Feet

At Austin Foot & Ankle Center, we believe in providing you with the least invasive and most effective solutions for your foot conditions. If you’re considering surgical treatment for your foot issues, schedule a consultation with our experienced podiatrists. We’ll assess your condition and discuss the best treatment options tailored to your needs.

Contact Austin Foot & Ankle Center Today

Don’t let foot pain hold you back any longer. Reach out to Austin Foot & Ankle Center to explore the possibilities of minimally invasive podiatric surgery. Take the first step toward improved foot health and a quicker recovery. Contact us today to schedule your consultation.

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Austin Foot & Ankle Center
9012 Research Boulevard #C-13
Austin, TX 78758

(512) 450-0101

Austin Foot & Ankle Center – South
5920 W William Cannon Dr. Bld 6
Suite 140, Austin, TX 78749

(512) 336-8909

The Domain Area Location
11824 Jollyville Rd Ste 101
Austin, TX 78759

(512) 335-1800

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