Talus fractures (foot)
A 41-year-old male was involved in a high speed accident and was referred to us for treatment by David L. Helfet, MD.
Radiographs revealed a right-sided talus fracture. Through a minimally invasive technique, the talus fracture was reduced and fixed using 2 cortical screws.
He continued to return at regular follow-up intervals and healed uneventfully, and at 1 year following fracture surgery he presented with an excellent outcome including excellent radiographic and clinical results, resolution of pain and returned to his pre-injury activities.