Postoperative Considerations in the Management of Hallux Valgus

Postoperative management of hallux valgus varies widely. Setting preoperative expectations is an important aspect of attaining a successful outcome, but this is not routinely reviewed in the literature. This chapter offers suggestions on successfully navigating this area of patient care. Current concepts focus on pain control, immobilization, and return to activities. This chapter also reviews the current literature in these areas and sets out the authors ’ preferred management in the postoperative setting.
Source: Foot and Ankle Clinics - Category: Orthopaedics Authors: Source Type: research

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