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Corrective surgery for talipes, in adulthood

Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by footsiegirl, Nov 10, 2010.

  1. footsiegirl

    footsiegirl Active Member


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    Apologies if you have seen this post in paediatrics section, but realise now I should have created a thread for it:

    I have a patient in her late 40s who remains dissatisfied with the surgery she had in her 20s to correct the talipes deformity of her right foot. I referred her to her GP to determine whether further surgery would be viable. Because of the remaining /resultant deformity, the lady concerned gets extensive hyperkeratosis building up around the base of the 5th Metarsal, along the lateral aspect. She doesn't want to wear orthotic insoles or orthotic shoes, and she is conscious of her foot deformity. My question to Pod Arena members is whether she is likely to improve the foot deformity results with further corrective surgery at this time in her life?

    Many thanks
     
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