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... Hi everyone I'm new to this board. For FOUR Long years now I have had a terrible pain running down the side of my leg and into the top of my foot. ... (0 replies)
... Lynn, thank you so much for all of the very valuable information. You have really explained so much to me. I too have tingling and a weird kind of numbness in my foot and good leg feels normal, and the other one feels so odd and different. ... (83 replies)
... than the plastic and no one knows I have a problem with my foot. It is so much easier even after the surgery using my AFO then no using it. I really have come to rely on it especially when I am in a rish to go somewhere and I might walk fast. There is no way I could walk fast without the AFO. ... (83 replies)

... Think I have exactly the same thing. I had a massage on sunday. I am living in Malaysia right now and it was a chinese massage so quite deep. Went to bed and noticed tingling in my right toe....think I have foot drop as a result of damage to the peroneal nerve. ... (2 replies)
... In April I had an accident in which I completely tore my LCL and had a small tear to my ACL also had peroneal nerve damage and foot drop. I had surgery in mid April to reconstruct the LCL, Doc said that we would wait and see how the ACL felt after healing from the LCL surgery. ... (0 replies)
... PCL and stretched the peroneal nerve in my left leg causing foot drop. I spent 1 month in hospital, where they put a metal pin in my tibia, and reconstructed my left knee. ... (4 replies)
... welcome to the forum. but I'm sorry you have to be here in the first place. As for healing in 12 months or so, I have to say that's it's kind of difficult to put a time limit on something like this. This dang peroneal nerve is going to heal at its own pace, and that's just the reality of the situation. ... (8 replies)
... u've had such a hard time of it these past eighteen months. If you look at my previous posts you will know that I had drop foot after a broken leg and that I had nerve release surgery, which really helped in my case. I can walk without a brace and drive, but my drop foot is not as strong as my normal foot. ... (42 replies)
... Well I finally have an emg schedualed for the 22nd and I hope I will get some answers from that. I have been dealing with peroneal nerve damage resulting from a knee dislocation. I had terrible pain for the first month then it lessened to about a twinge here and there. ... (42 replies)
... I'm figuring the ACL will be fixed down the line, it just kinda sucks that I won't be able to play lacrosse, hockey or basketball for a year or two... ... (42 replies)
... cartilage damage behind the knee as well but the orthpaedic surgeon didn't want to touch anything until my nerve damage was sorted out. ... (42 replies)
... so there is hope for your situation. Like you, my first neurologist just brushed off any more healing, and just wanted to wait and wait it out. As you know, or should know from reading the previous posts, there is a time limit when trying to fix nerve issues. ... (42 replies)
... Does the type of surgery have to do anything with releasing your Fascia? ... (42 replies)
... That is just awful, I am very sorry that this has happened to you. I see foot drop often. Mostly in folks that have had strokes or some sort of accident that has rendered them unable to use their legs at all. ... (1 replies)
... e that you are under the care of an orthopaedist, and I was too when I fractured my leg...BUT...the problems you are experiencing with dropped foot are caused by nerve damage, which probably occurred during your accident, along with your broken pelvis and hip socket. ... (42 replies)
... drat is what I have to say for what you're going through right now...but in the end, I guess a wait and see approach is the best one to take. You never know what is going to happen, and perhaps this is where your foot will stay now for good. ... (42 replies)
... So sorry to hear about your drop foot, and hopefully I can shed a little more light on your situation... ... (2 replies)
Nov 2, 2008
... Welcome to the message boards...I'm so sorry to hear about your accident and will try to tell you about myself in the hope that it will help you too. Last December I broke my leg and as a result I developed drop foot of the right leg... ... (3 replies)
... You're right, my situation has improved greatly...Actually I really suffered terrible damage to my femur bone, and it sounds as if you are making wonderful progress so far as getting around and mobility are concerned... ... (8 replies)
... Thanks for explaining you condition in such detail to I understand what is actually happening...actually it's a lot like mine, except that I have some slight movement upward and outward. ... (5 replies)

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