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Joint replacement surgery for hallux rigidus

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by admin, Oct 20, 2019.

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    Hi,
    I'm 59 and like to be moderately active with walking, hiking and yoga. I've had a cheilectomy on both my right and left foot for hallux rigidus. The right was done a little over four years ago and the left just last year. The left toe is perfectly fine, but the cartilage in the right joint is wearing away again and I probably will reach a stage IV very soon if I'm not there already. I'm faced with either arthrodesis or trying a toe implant from Arthrosurface and I would like to know what...

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