New gentle therapies for pain-free and beautiful feet Dusseldorf, January 2011. Hicham aboutaam is full of insight into the issues. The best-known victims of high heels: Victoria Beckham. Through frequent wearing of heeled, often uncomfortable and einquetschender toe shoes your feet and toes have deformed extremely. This is not only unattractive, but sooner or later also hurts those affected. But who wants to be beautiful, nowadays no longer must suffer.
New gentle surgical techniques of aesthetic foot surgery to correct deformities of the feet and toes gently and almost painless. Straighten crooked toes, to thick to long, too short, corrections or to narrow toes and feet going. Bring feet in individual and mostly painless Bestform, ARS PEDIS on the Dusseldorf Konigsallee belongs to the aesthetic foot specialist Adrian K. Wiethoff and Adem Erdogan in their community of practice to the normal everyday life. The specialists in surgery and plastic and aesthetic surgery and certified Podiatrists are among the first providers of such intervention and see themselves as the pioneers of serious aesthetic foot surgery in Germany. Corns and nodes: Ganglia (nodes) develop what really helps at the foot mainly at the back of the foot. It is a benign tumor, which can sometimes spontaneously form back. A ganglion, however, leads to disturbing movement restrictions, hurts or is simply disruptive aesthetic point of view, it can be removed surgically.
In a small intervention we completely remove the ganglion and disconnect the joint capsule or tendon sheath, so that it can make is not again”, A. Wiethoff explains how. Corns usually due to a chronic pressure on bones near skin, usually on the middle joints of the 2nd to 5th toe. As a result, Sometimes very painful callus formation and inflammation. Erdogan and Wiethoff foot specialists analyze the actual first Cause, which often occupies a deformity of the toes next to too-tight shoes. If a podiatric treatment or wearing of deposits does not help, the experts for a long-lasting treatment success in addition to the operative removal of the periosteum recommend a small bone correction to eliminate misalignment of the causative.