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- General foot flexibility exercises
- Calf Stretching exercises
- Knee Physiotherapy exercises
- The Ilizarov Frame
- The Taylor Spatial Frame (TSF)
- Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT)
- Shockwave Therapy
- Hallux Valgus (Bunion)
- Hallux Rigidus (Big Toe Arthritis)
- Metatarsalgia (Forefoot Pain)
- Rheumatoid Foot Problems
- Foot & Ankle Swellings
- Toe Deformities
- Bunion surgery
- Big Toe fusion
- Minimally Invasive foot surgery
- Morton Neuroma Excision
- Replacement of Big Toe joint
- Rheumatoid forefoot reconstruction
Ankle & Hind-foot Conditions
- Foot Arthritis
- Ankle Arthritis
- Foot & Ankle Sport Injuries
- Ankle Instability
- Ankle Cartilage Lesions
- Achilles Tendon Disorders
- Planter Fasciitis
Ankle & Hind-foot surgery
- Ankle replacement
- Ankle Fusion
- Ankle Ligament repair & reconstruction
- Reconstruction of Ankle Cartilage Lesion
- Ankle Arthroscopy
- Mid & Hind foot fusions
- Flat foot reconstruction
- Achilles Tendon Minimally Invasive surgery
- Planter Fasciitis Topaz Coblation
Limb Reconstruction Conditions
- Complex Foot Deformities
- Mal-united Tibial Fractures
- Non-united Tibial Fractures
- Ankle Fusion Non-union
- Limb Length Discrepancy
- Ankle Arthritis in Young Adults
Limb reconstruction surgery
- Complex Foot Deformity correction
- Limb Lengthening
- Ankle Distraction
For only Foot & Ankle conditions and procedures click here.
For only Limb Reconstruction conditions and operations click here.
To view some of Mr. Shalaby’s lectures and videos click here.