Hallux rigidus

Stiff big toe (Hallux rigidus)

Stiff big toe: arhtritis degeneration of the hallux articolation which loses elasticity and poses in plantar flexion. Evident osteophytes appear on the dursal side of the hallux which it’s limited in its dursal elevation with sever discomfort for female patients who can’t wear heels and male patients who can’t run! Traditional surgical techniques have less advantages and are more disruptive for the functionality of the joint..