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  • Why are screws needed in keyhole bunion surgery when some surgeons don’t use them?

    Why are screws needed in keyhole bunion surgery when some surgeons don’t use them?

    With the many different approaches to bunion surgery, I am often asked why I use screws to fix a bunion correction when performing minimally invasive (keyhole) surgery, when some surgeons do not use them. Read on to find out!

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  • Age Matters When It Comes To Bunions

    Age Matters When It Comes To Bunions

    The older you are, the worse your bunion will be and the more you will suffer...right? Well, you might be surprised. Read on to find out what my research team and I discovered when trying to answer this question.

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  • Bunion Recurrence After Surgery

    Bunion Recurrence After Surgery

    Many patients wonder if their bunion will return after surgery. In this month’s blog post, Mr David Gordon explains one of the key benefits of the minimally-invasive approach to bunion correction; potential reduced recurrence rates.

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  • 5 Reasons To Choose Keyhole Bunion Surgery

    5 Reasons To Choose Keyhole Bunion Surgery

    Discover 5 key benefits of the minimally-invasive approach to bunion correction, the technique used by Mr David Gordon for all his bunion surgeries

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  • What Causes Bunions?

    What Causes Bunions?

    The cause of bunions has been a subject of debate for decades. In our latest Blog post, The Bunion Doctor shares the different factors that may have played a role in bunion occurrence.

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