Correction of Hammertoes Using Minimally Invasive Surgery

David is a very healthy and active 29 year old, who presented to the clinic with severe hammertoe deformities affecting the right foot. He was experiencing pain under the balls of the foot and also in the toes themselves. He had found it painful to walk and was unable to perform his normal activities Unfortunately conservative care was unable to relieve his symptoms and he underwent small incision surgery to correct the issue. Four small incisions on top of the foot and a small incision under each toe were made to correct the boney alignment. The pictures below show the before and after result. The post-operative  picture was taken 4 months after surgery. David mentioned that he now experiences no pain and has resumed running again.