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Putty fixes problem

Val Cornwall was diagnosed with osteoarthritis which meant that the cartilage between her toe and foot had worn away.

After steroid injections and comfortable shoes, she was referred to Mr Andrew Goldberg who told her that he was about to trial a new implant called Cartiva.

This implant would be placed between the bones to stop them rubbing together, in the same way that cartilage did.

She opted for the Cartiva trial, and six weeks after the operation, Val found the pain in her big toe had simply gone.

Read the full Daily Mail article: Putty implant makes sore feet flexible again

 

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