Microsurgery of the foot – Podología Travessera - Podologo Barcelona
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Microsurgery of the foot


Microsurgery of the foot


Surgery is part of one of the pillars of our daily work, since there are patients who present deformities and injuries that are already structured and have pain associated with them when walking or wearing, depending on what type of footwear, and they cannot be resolved in a simple way. conservative.

On the other hand, with the innovations and research carried out today in the world of medicine, a consensus has been reached that there are times when preventive surgeries must be opted for to prevent a deformity from getting worse.

Minimally invasive surgery or microsurgery (MIS) is presented as an evolution and alternative to open-field surgery thanks to the following characteristics:

It is ambulatory (the patient walks in and out WITHOUT CRUTCHES).

• It is done under local anesthesia.

• 0.2 cm skin incisions.

• Ischemia is not used.

• No aggression to anatomical structures.

Thanks to these characteristics, MIS surgery has these incredible advantages:

• Immediate ambulation.

• Lower risk of infection.

• Less post-surgical pain (none on many occasions).

• Lower risk of vascular problems.

In Podologia Travessera we are specialists in minimal incision surgery on the foot, thanks to the constant training of Dr. Marc Vázquez in the most advanced techniques in Masters, courses, and congresses both nationally and internationally, as well as belonging to the Spanish Association of Minimal Incision Surgery (AEMIS).

The injuries that we treat through MIS surgery are the following:

• Ingrown toenails.

• Digital exostoses (small ossifications that form the “calluses” on the fingers).

• Claw/hammer toes.

• Hallux valgus (bunions).

• Hallux rigidus.

• Heel spur.

If you want to find a solution to the problem of your feet, contact us by calling 93 237 83 13 or sending an email to podologiatravessera@gmail.com and we will be delighted to give you a quick and easy solution to your problem. We look forward to helping you!

Call us and make an appointment, we are waiting for you.


Taking care of your feet is our passion.

If you have any queries

Do not hesitate to call: 93 237 83 13