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Subchondral Stabilization

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Minimally invasive procedure

Your chronic foot pain may be a result of edema in the bone. An MRI will identify edema which can be the cause of micro factures, resulting in your chronic pain. Subchondral stabilization is often used to repair foot and ankle microfractures and bone marrow edema. During the procedure, a bone substitute material is injected to stabilize bones compromised due to defects, lesions, or fractures. The material that is injected is replaced by new bone during the healing process.

Patients who experience chronic foot and ankle pain and are in search of minimally invasive treatment options to treat fractures are encouraged to contact Weil Foot & Ankle Institute for a consultation.

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