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Surgery for foot surface cysts

Some surface cysts located on the foot can be operated on directly at the clinic. This is especially the case in the case of the toe region, because the skin is thin and the cysts are easily accessible. Choosing PiedRéseau for your cyst surgery guarantees you: Pain-free treatment (performed under local anaesthesia). Quick access to…

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Surgery for stubborn plantar warts

Plantar wart surgery is done to remove plantar warts that are recurring or that do not respond to conventional treatments: This operation is performed under local anaesthesia.. Surgery is quick.. Pain may be felt from 1 to 3 weeks following the operation.. No care management is required during the healing process..

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Excision or surgery of soft tissue and foreign bodies

Soft tissue removal can be performed easily at the clinic. This operation can be performed on a nail, toes or the foot. Excision is often performed when a foreign body has become lodged in your foot (an object, glass, metal, wood, etc.) or a lesion requires complete removal and has become too large for a…

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Foot biopsy

This type of operation is performed when a lesion under the foot does not respond well to treatment or when a dermatological diagnosis is difficult to make. This procedure is performed on patients who have already tried various options to resolve their skin lesion, unsuccessfully. Biopsy surgery performed at your PiedRéseau clinic comes with the…

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Surgery for Morton’s neuroma

Morton’s neuroma is often painful and a handicap to your daily life. Make the effort to rid yourself of this problem through surgery, and learn more about other treatments that can help ease this unpleasant condition.  What is Morton’s neuroma? Morton’s neuroma is a problem due to a thickening of the nerves located between the…

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Surgery for recalcitrant plantar fasciitis

Surgery for plantar fasciitis is often a good solution to get rid of this nasty problem. Let’s take a closer look together at the main causes of plantar fasciitis and the various methods used to treat it. Plantar fasciitis is a common foot pathology that causes severe pain in the heel and arch of the…

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Surgery for an ingrown toenail (or matricectomy)

An ingrown toenail is a very unpleasant foot condition that result from various causes. This section will help you assess the best treatment methods and discuss the advantages of surgery for an ingrown toenail. An ingrown nail (or onychocryptosis) can occur when a section of your nail penetrates the skin of the toe. This phenomenon…

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Hammer toe surgery

Hammer toe surgery is often the preferred method to prevent the situation from deteriorating. It is important to understand the causes and the different ways to treat this condition to get rid of your pain and regain your peace of mind. Hammer toe affects a large number of men and women around the world. This…

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Hallux valgus surgery (bunion)

Bunions, also called hallux abductovalgus, are a common problem. If not treated promptly, this foot disorder can cause a lot of pain. Bunion surgery is often required. What is hallux abductovalgus (bunion)? Bunions are a bony deformation of the forefoot that usually forms between the big toe and the second toe. This deformation can increase…

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