Dr. Barrett 01:52 Introduction of Dr. Qualtire and discussion of the history of minimally invasive foot and ankle surgery
Dr. Qualtire 04:49 His journey into minimally invasive surgery
Dr. Qualtire 07:49 Patients do not have x-ray eyes
Dr. Barrett 10:04 Discusses his early exposure to MIS
Dr. Qualtire 14:48 Nuances of the MIS surgical techniques
Dr. Qualtire and Dr. Barrett 15:24 Discuss some of the push back against MIS
It’s not easy surgery, it’s very difficult. It’s technically precise.
Dr. Barrett 18:29 Discussion of IM angles
Dr. Qualtire 19:33 Discussion of hypermobile 1st rays
Dr. Qualtire 23:31 Discusses sesamoid position
Dr. Barrett 24:15 Talks about osteotomy orientation
Dr. Qualtire 24:44 Delineates his experience and criteria with overall HAV correction
Dr. Barrett 26:44 Talks about his experience in Spain with one of the legends—Mariano De Prado, M.D.
Dr. Qualtire 27:51 The Aiken Osteotomy
Dr. Qualtire and Dr. Barrett 28:33 Not all bunions are the same!
by the time somebody gets to me with a bunion deformity and not all Bunions are the same, right? We know that.
Dr. Qualtire 31:13 It’s not just academic
Dr. Qualtire 32:19 We are not treating x-rays—we are treating patients
Dr. Qualtire 35:51 What about the lateral release?
Dr. Barrett 38:03 Wolff’s law and the osteocyte jumping distance
Dr. Barrett 39:40 BPC-157
Dr. Qualtire 42:22 Talks about the post-op
Dr. Qualtire 55:43 Monster corrections with MIS
Dr.Barrett and Dr. Qualtire 1:00:41 What about tourniquets?
Dr. Qualtire 1:06:37 Initial concerns about MIS
Dr. Barrett 1:11:16 Avascular Necrosis?
Dr. Barrett 1:15:15 What’s the greater enemy of good? Perfect, better? Yeah, perfect.
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