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REVISION FOOT SURGERY

When complications arise, the top foot surgeon in NYC and Beverly Hills is here to help.

When surgery doesn’t go as planned, patients turn to Dr. Blitz. Nearly a third of patients first come to him seeking revision foot surgery after complications from another procedure. Dr. Blitz can evaluate what went wrong, and has the right expertise and advanced techniques to correct it. And while unexpected complications can be frustrating, it doesn’t mean anyone is to blame – it simply means that the human body can be unpredictable.

Dr. Blitz and team in surgery for Revision Hallux Varus

HALLUX VARUS SURGERY

“When there’s an unfortunate occurrence after bunion surgery, it takes the right experience to fix it.”

Any bunion surgery can occasionally lead to issues. When a bunion is overcorrected, hallux varus is the result.

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X-Ray of Previous Failed Bunion Surgery

REVISION BUNION SURGERY

Addressing failed bunion surgery syndrome.

Dr. Blitz has identified the hallmarks of bunion surgery that has failed and needs surgical correction, including a return of the bunion, new structural big toe problems (hallux varus), severe stiffness, an excessively short big toe, arthritis (hallux rigidus), and pain.

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Foot of patient about to enter Hammer Toe Surgery

REVISION HAMMER TOE SURGERY

Beautiful toes can still be yours.

While repairing a failed hammertoe surgery is challenging, Dr. Blitz has the expertise needed to repair toes that have buckled further or twisted around, are too stiff and painful to move, hover above the ground, or no longer function at all.

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Dr. Blitz with a young patient and his mother

REVISION TARSAL COALITION SURGERY

Growing feet need special care.

When a tarsal coalition regrows, wasn’t removed properly, flat foot worsens, and/or rearfoot arthritis appears, it may mean that a revision to the original tarsal coalition surgery is needed. Young patients and their parents need not worry – Dr. Blitz has the experience to get them back on their feet.

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Woman flexing right foot

REVISION PERONEAL TENDON REPAIR

Take the right steps when ankle surgery fails.

It’s relatively unusual for peroneal tendon surgery to fail – and there’s little available guidance on repair. But Dr. Blitz is an expert in corrective procedures, and has even developed continuing education for other surgeons to address this complex foot and ankle problem.

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Woman stretching on a track

REVISION ACHILLES TENDON SURGERY

When a repaired heel fails to heal.

Fixing failed achilles tendon surgery often requires a complete reconstruction of the tendon. If post-surgical complications occur, turn to Dr. Blitz for the revision expertise you need to get back to full activity at last.

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Dr. Blitz looking in a microscope during surgery

STUMP NEUROMA SURGERY

Painful foot nerves can be stubborn.

While neuroma removal is usually successful, the remaining nerve can ball up or develop excessive scar tissue after surgery, causing a variety of painful problems. Dr. Blitz uses special microscopic surgical techniques to cap the nerve and encase it in muscle to prevent the neuroma from forming again.

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Cosmetic revision foot surgery

COSMETIC FOOT SURGERY FOR SCARS

The attractive results all patients deserve.

Foot problems don’t just cause pain and disrupt activities – patients are often self-conscious about how their feet and toes look. When a repair procedure leads to unsightly scarring (also called keloids), they turn to Dr. Blitz for corrective plastic surgery that restores their confidence, too.

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