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Lapiplasty Bunion Surgery Telemedicine Visits

We understand that the current temporary elective surgery restrictions can be disappointing to bunion sufferers seeking relief. However, there are some valuable things you can still do during this time to become more educated on bunions and bunion surgery.

What is Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction™?

You can find out more about Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction™ by browsing our website and checking out our videos here. You can also find out more at alignmytoe.com.

Currently we are offering in person and telemedicine appointments. You can schedule a consult to discuss Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction™ by giving us a call or by submiting an appointment request online. 

After a through history and evaluation, we can determine if you are a good candidate for the bunion correciton with Lapiplasty and we can answer your questions about the procedure, expected recovery and outcomes.

While we cannot scheudule surgeries at this time, we can reserve a spot for you in our surgical queue for when restrictions are lifted. 

Put yourself in the best position to get relief from bunion pain once elective surgery is scheduled again. Call (515)639-3775 for your in-person or telemedicine appointment today.

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Midwest Bunion Centers

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