Foot Surgery in Spain without waiting lists and at a lower price than in the UK and Ireland.
Foot Surgery in Spain
Foot Surgery treats foot injuries through minimally invasive procedures on an outpatient basis. These procedures are recommended for those patients who suffer from different injuries to their feet, either uni- or bilaterally, caused by rheumatoid arthritis, gout or a fracture, ligament laxity or the use of inadequate footwear, among other causes, and whose mobility is limited. When conventional treatments are no longer effective, this surgery may be the best option to relieve joint pain and improve your quality of life.
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You will have a free first consultation with one of our renowned Doctors.
A translator will be available for your doctor’s appointments whenever necessary.
We will be by your side throughout the process for any request you may have.
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Cheaper than the UK or Germany
Physical improvement after the intervention
How long does the surgery take?
1 – 2 hours
How long do I have to stay at the clinic?
2 – 4 days
What kind of anaesthesia is used for the operation?
Locoregional anaesthesia + sedation
How long do I have to stay in Spain?
How long does the recovery take?
3 – 6 months
Dr. Juan Carlos Ferragut
Dr. Juan Carlos Ferragut is Head of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology at the IMED Levante Hospital in Benidorm. He is renowned for his work in arthroscopic surgery and lower limb surgery, especially in hip surgery.
He is also highly specialised in shoulder and upper limb arthroscopic surgery and knee prosthesis surgery. In addition, Dr. Ferragut speaks English and French, as well as Spanish.
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What is the result of the treatment?
Most patients who have undergone this surgery experience an almost total reduction in knee pain and a significant improvement in their quality of life as they are able to return to normal daily activities.