Infirmary Surgeon Completes First Bunionplasty In Alabama

 Dr. Jeffrey Dull at North Baldwin Infirmary Surgery recently completed the first bunionplasty in Alabama. The bunionplasty procedure is a new minimally invasive bunion surgery that the hospital says represents a significant leap forward in treatment. It combines advanced surgical methods with a focus on aesthetics, promising optimal functional correction alongside a visually appealing outcome. Bunionplasty boasts minimal pain, tiny incisions, secure stabilization and swift recovery times. Moreover, it effectively addresses bunions of all sizes, underscoring its role as a testament to medical advancements and patient-centered care in healthcare today.

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