Minimizing the Role of Fusion in the Rigid Flatfoot

There has been a proliferation of treatment options for flexible flatfoot deformity, but in cases where the deformities are more rigid and fixed, triple arthrodesis remained the most common surgical technique employed for treatment. Although triple arthrodesis can afford excellent deformity correction, it can be associated with disability owing to the stiffness created by the procedure. Patients may complain of continued pain with ambulation and extended weight bearing or when walking long distances

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Minimizing the Role of Fusion in the Rigid Flatfoot

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