Your first consultation with Dr Vincent Villa consists in a thorough interview in order to understand your pathology and define the best treatment for your specific case. He will explain to you the surgery procedure, the expected result and the potential risks.
Recurrent sprains reduce the capacity of the external lateral ligaments to heal spontaneously in an effective position, thus decreasing the stability of the ankle. We thus talk of ankle instability for pain.> More here
With time, or during repeated stress, the filaments of the tendon can weaken and the tendon can suddenly rupture during effort. There are two types of rupture: recent, or fresh, and old ruptures.> More here
One of your big toe’s joints (the metatarsophalangeal joint) is progressively deforming. This deviation is called hallux valgus. It essentially affects women, especially those who often wear high-heeled or narrow-toed shoes.> More here
One of your toes is abnormally hooked because one or both joints between phalanxes are not stretched in a normal position. This deformation is called claw toe. There are different varieties of claw toes depending on the affected joints.> More here