Mr David Gordon, Bunion Specialist, carries out all bunion surgery using a minimally invasive keyhole surgery technique. The benefits of keyhole bunion surgery include minimal scarring, faster recovery and return to normal activities compared to traditional open surgery.
During the procedure 3 or 4 small incisions (2 to 5mm) are made allowing access to the bones for reshaping, straightening and pinning without the need to extensively cut other tissues, muscles and skin. Traditional ‘open surgery’ goes through all these layers to reach the bunion and the healing of the subsequent large wound causes stiffness and swelling, a hindrance in terms of pain and recovery.
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Mr David Gordon MBChB, MRCS, MD, FRCS (Tr & Orth) Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Specialising in minimally invasive bunion surgery. Gold Medal Award Winner
Mr David Gordon is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, specialising in the treatment of foot and ankle conditions, with his main interest being minimally invasive bunion surgery. His practice is based in London and Hertfordshire, UK and has been practising orthopaedics since 1998.
Mr Gordon is a leading expert in bunions and keyhole bunion surgery. He has been performing minimally invasive bunion surgery since 2012, having trained in the technique both in the UK and abroad. He has performed over 2000 minimally invasive foot surgery procedures.
Do you suffer from bunions? Would you like to know more about keyhole bunion surgery?
Join our next free online patient information event during which Mr David Gordon, The Bunion Doctor will be providing information and expert advice on bunions and treatment options, including the minimally invasive (keyhole) approach to bunion surgery he specialises in.
This one-hour webinar via Zoom will consist of a 30-minute presentation by Mr Gordon, followed by a Q&A session.
Mr David Gordon, The Bunion Doctor, is delighted to announce that his personal series of 2-year patient outcomes, following 292 minimally invasive bunion corrections, has recently been published by The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (JBJS), the biggest Orthopaedic Journal in the world.
This is also the largest series of its kind in the world, and follows many hundreds of hours during Lockdown 1.0 crunching data, analysing statistics, reviewing published evidence and writing with his research team.
The paper has been published and available here
David Gordon's excellent surgical skills and passion for his field combined with his kind, down-to-earth nature make him a gem of a consultant. I felt in very safe hands throughout my bunion treatment and I would not hesitate to recommend him, his team, and the minimally-invasive technique.
Mrs WW, Kent