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Why You Should Consider Bunion Removal Surgery in India

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What is Bunion Removal Surgery in India?

A bunion can be called as a bony bump, which forms over the base of your big size toe wherein it forms in a group having a foot bone known as the first metatarsal. You big size toe simply points out excessively towards your second tow while you have a bunion. The bunion can be called as a foot deformity, which comprises of both soft and bone tissues. These can be really chronic, which are only caused due to wearing constantly the too narrow shoes. This simply causes due to the pressure response effect. Women are often seen getting this issue than men. Bunion removal surgery deals with correcting the deformed areas over the foot close to the big toe. Once anyone gets this ailment, you have no other option but to choose bunion removal surgery, let’s check more on this medical ailment.

Who is an Ideal Candidate for Bunion Removal Surgery?

There are a number of people who are seen getting relief from the bunion pain by wearing a wide toe box instead of wearing big size shoes. With a little bit of changes one can reduce the intensity of the pain due to bunion removal surgery. However, if you still fail to get the relief from this ailment, you certainly need a surgery. Also, if you are suffering from the following symptoms, you become the candidate for the bunion removal surgery:

  • The pain that confines/restricts you from finishing your everyday activities or routines
  • You cannot walk more than a few blocks without actually facing the severe foot pain
  • You find your toe with great pain and do not even get the rest & medication
  • You fail to bend or make your big toe straight
Check out the Patient Testimonial, where the patient shares about their success stories from treatments through Joint Replacement Surgery Hospital India.

Hi, my name is Natalie Fagbure from Nigeria. I came to India for the bunion removal surgery with the assistance of Joint Replacement Surgery Hospital India. I developed bunions that got progressively worse over a number of years. I noticed it was quite painful to walk on and my shoes weren’t quite fitting my feet properly. I went the hospital where the doctors asked for X-rays and after studying the reports asked to undergo this surgery. I didn’t want to get this surgery because of the lack of quality medical services and facilities back in Nigeria. Then my friend recommended your medical group in India, where she got assistance during her surgery. After listening to her experience, I decided to contact them. I received a call from them asking for my medical reports and a after a few days they send me their expert opinions. I also got the opportunity to discuss about the surgery via tele-conferencing. I was convinced with him and soon I gave them my consent to fly down to India. They helped us with the medical visas, travel and lodging arrangements. An official escorted us to an elegant lodging facility. The next day, we met the surgeon at the hospital. He was a very kind person and made me feel comfortable. The staff was caring and very friendly. My surgery was successful. Thank you so much for the wonderful care and concern I received during the entire trip. Your medical group has performed a marvellous job. Thank you! God  Bless You.

What to Expect Before Bunion Removal Surgery?

You are supposed to get a couple of medical tests in order to have a look at the overall health before going for the surgery. Your doctor can get the x rays of your lungs along with performing a cardiogram in order to check a number of heart functions and thus would even test your blood to check any underlying sickness. You should be stopping to consume the other medications for a couple of days before the surgery, especially if you are taking any aspirin and any other blood thinning drugs.

What to Expect During Bunion Removal Surgery?

You will often get a local anaesthesia for the surgery, which means you would remain awake during the surgery.  Once you are seen completely numb, your doctor will simply remove the bunion and thus make a couple of repairs over your foot. Some common procedures for bunion removal surgery include acidosis, oesteotomy and exostectomy. After the surgery, you will find your doctor doing the bandage over your foot and you would be shifted to the recovery room.

What to Expect After Bunion Removal Surgery?

The bunion removal surgery is an outpatient procedure, which means once you are back to normal after the effects of local anaesthesia, you return home, however, you would take around 6 – 8 weeks for the complete recovery, while for the complete healing you may even need 4 to 6 months as well. During the first two weeks after the surgery, you are supposed to wear the surgical boost to give additional protection to your foot. Make sure you avoid making your feet and it stitches wet. After a few weeks, you would wear braces to get the right support to your feet while it finally gets healed. However, while you get the complete healing, you are not required to bear weight over your foot in your initial days. This has to be done gradually along with using crutches or a walker. Though you may be able to drive after two weeks or so only when you really need it, but it is usually discouraged to do the same.

Why Choose an Indian Hospital for Bunion Removal Surgery?

India is now being known as one of the most preferred destination for medical tourism. The global patients are now seen coming from every nook and corner of the world for a wide range of medical treatments and surgeries. The world class hospitals, catering high quality bunion removal surgeries and other treatment options, with the help of highly competitive and experienced surgeons and healthcare experts, give enough reason for India to be the pioneer in Medical Tourism. In terms of cost of the bunion removal surgery, India ranks at the top for being affordable. In other words, here you get high quality medical services at competitive cost.

Bunion Removal Surgery Cost in India

Cost is one of the key features of Bunion Removal Surgery in India, especially when you compare to the western world. The cost difference found in these surgeries and treatments are huge as it gives the medical tourists from around the world enough reasons to fly for a wide range of medical services and treatments in India.

If you are really seeking for Bunion Removal Surgery, kindly fill up the form for a free consultation with our surgeons. You will be provided with thorough analysis and suggestions regarding the Bunion Removal Surgery you are seeking .

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FAQ’s

Are bunions hereditary?

Bunions are most often caused by an inherited faulty mechanical structure of the foot. It is not the bunion itself that is inherited, but certain foot types that make a person prone to developing a bunion.

Do over-the-counter pads and splints really work?

Pads placed over the area of the bunion may help minimize pain from a bunion. However, padding and splinting cannot reverse a bunion deformity.

Will my bunion get worse?

Because bunions are progressive, they don’t go away, and will usually get worse over time. But not all cases are alike. Some bunions progress more rapidly than others.

Is it better to have it fixed now, or should I wait?

When the pain of a bunion interferes with daily activities, it’s time to discuss surgical options with your foot and ankle surgeon. Together you can decide if surgery is best for you.

How can I avoid surgery?

Sometimes observation of the bunion is all that’s needed. A periodic office evaluation and x-ray examination can determine if your bunion deformity is advancing, thereby reducing your chance of irreversible damage to the joint. In many other cases, however, some type of treatment is needed, such as changes in shoes, padding, activity modifications, pain medications, icing, injection therapy, and orthotic devices.

 

When the pain of a bunion interferes with daily activities, it’s time to discuss surgical options with your foot and ankle surgeon. Together you can decide if surgery is best for you.

Will my insurance company pay for the surgery?

In most cases, yes.

Is the surgery painful?

The amount of pain experienced after bunion surgery is different from one person to the next. Most patients will experience discomfort for three to five days. If you closely follow your foot and ankle surgeon’s instructions, you can help minimize pain and swelling after your bunion surgery.

What type of anesthesia is involved?

Most bunion surgeries involve local anesthesia with intravenous sedation. That means your foot will be numb and you will be given medications to relax you during the procedure.

If I need surgery, how long will recovery take?

The length of the recovery period will vary, depending on the procedure or procedures performed. Your foot and ankle surgeon will provide you with detailed information about your recovery.

Will I be able to walk normally, or even exercise and run, after healing from bunion surgery?

In most cases, yes.

How soon can I walk after surgery?

It depends on your bunion and the surgical procedure selected for you.

How soon can I go back to work after surgery?

The length of the recovery period will vary, depending on the procedure or procedures performed.

How soon can I drive after surgery?

The length of the recovery period will vary, depending on the procedure or procedures performed.

Can the bunion come back?

Yes, there is a risk for bunion recurrence in some cases. Patients can help prevent this by following their doctor’s instructions to wear arch supports or orthotics in their shoe.

If screws or plates are implanted in my foot to correct my bunion, will they set off metal detectors?

Not usually. It can depend on the device chosen for your procedure, as well as how sensitive the metal detectors are.

Can I choose my own hotels according to my budget?

You can most definitely choose hotels as per your convenience to you and your budget.

Can I speak with the doctor before I come to India for treatment?

You can talk to the doctor and satisfy all your medical queries. You can also send us your queries for answers from the top doctors.

How will I get an Indian Medical Visa?

To know about the procedure of getting an Indian Medical Visa, please go to our website where you will find all the details regarding the initial procedure. You can also send us a query regarding the same.

I can only speak my native language?

Many hospitals in India have language translators to help you communicate better and effortlessly with the doctors and medical staff.


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