PainFUL excessively High Arch (Cavus) Foot condition
Cavus foot is a type of foot where shape of the foot changes as shown in picture. There are many causes for a high arch foot. One of the most common causes is Charcot Marie Tooth disease or CMT. This is a disease of the muscles and the nerves of the legs and occasionally of the hands, in which certain muscles weaken, while others retain their strength.
Understanding Pes Cavus (High Arched Foot or claw foot)
Why does deformities occur?
The deformity of the high arch foot develops because the muscles that pull the foot inward remain strong, while those that pull the foot outward are weak or absent.
The main goals of surgery for Cavus Foot are:
Surgical Procedures by Mr Bhargava
Information provided here is for guidance and general understanding only, caution: images may be disturbing to some. Mr Bhargava is recognised for his extraordinary ability to produce dramatic and lasting change while keeping his results exceedingly focused on what’s most important for you. His surgical philosophy is simple: to combine form and function in tandem with an excellent patient relationship, to create the optimum outcome. Here you will be able to read about the surgical procedures and see his patient's before and after recovery images to help you relate and understand the challenge he is capable of handling due to his intense practice in India and mastered the art to near perfection.