Mr McKinley carries out a number of foot and ankle surgical procedure. These include:
Biopro hemiarthroplasty is a type of joint replacement for the first metatarsophalangeal joint in the big toe.
An ankle fusion is where the two sides of an arthritic ankle joint are fused together.
Ankle replacement involves replacing the natural surfaces of the ankle joint which have degenerated with an artificial cover known as a prosthesis.
Ankle arthroscopy is a technique in which the ankle can be examined through a small ‘keyhole’ incision using a video camera. A second small incision is made to pass instruments. Generally the two incisions are made at the front of the ankle, but occasionally will be done from the back.
The scarf osteotomy has five components that are performed through one or two incisions in the foot.