Current And Emerging Techniques For Hallux Rigidus

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Brent D. Haverstock, DPM, FACFAS

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   For further reading, see “Point-Counterpoint: Hallux Rigidus Surgery In Active Adults: Implant Arthroplasty Or First MPJ Arthrodesis?” in the July 2011 issue of Podiatry Today or the DPM Blog “Dispelling The Myths And Misconceptions About Hallux Rigidus” at .

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