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... YES, it means SEVERING the nerve and you DO NOT WANT THIS... ... (6 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)
... I had a reconstruction done on my left ankle where a bone spur was removed from my talar dome. Unfortunately, no one told me that the peroneal nerve runs right there as well. I ended up with part of the nerve trapped in scar tissue and another branch forming a neuroma. ... (4 replies)

May 1, 2008
... Hi Gmac1975...Although it took I while to isolate where my problem was coming from...the spine, hip, or my case, the problem is at the knee and the peroneal nerve. ... (29 replies)
... Wrist. The surgeon said all of the ortho work on my fractures were healing well. However, it has left me with nerve damage, that includes a "dropped foot" and lack of sensitivity in my lower leg. He sent me to get an EMG performed yesterday also. ... (83 replies)
... hat there are other people out there who can relate to me and what I'm going through. My problem started with a right hip replacement last July, and ended with a damaged sciatic nerve. Of course I didn't know at the time that I had nerve damage, as my surgeon put it, "my nerve was just pissed off!!! ... (83 replies)
... out a year and half after the injury he was sent to a different dr for the correction of the drop foot. before this dr recommended anything, he wanted to have a nerve test done. That revealed that the peroneal nerve was damaged. this dr suggested the tendon transfer to help the drop foot. He went through with it. ... (0 replies)
... he shoes laced up pretty tight and yes, we keep them on the patients even when they are in bed asleep. If you sleep 8 hours a night, that is enough to set your nerve back to the foot drop position. ... (1 replies)
... I had 2 prior nerve conduction studies. ... (6 replies)
May 13, 2008
... As for myself, I'm getting seems that the docs are as sure as they can be without actually surgically looking at my nerve, that I will benefit from nerve release surgery. If I do nothing, then I will pretty much stay where I am...with surgery there are 4 possible outcomes... ... (29 replies)
Doctor won't help
Mar 31, 2009
... thank you bobby flay and bentleysikes for giving me some advice i have finally gotten a referral to a Orthopaedic Surgeon and he couldn't believe the other doctors left everything this long it had been two months when this started before i finally to a doctor to help me and tell me what was wrong anyway he did a nerve conduction study on me and says that the perinal nerve is... (3 replies)
... I undersand how all of you feel. I had an emg done on my feet foot and right calf where I damaged the peroneal nerve. I have suffered almost half the feeling in my right foot. ... (16 replies)
... horrid thing. My nerve was damaged in a hip replacement surgery. Now I wear a Velcro brace around my ankle, it hooks into a strap positioned under my shoe laces. ... (1 replies)
... verything in that area was fine. So I went to see a different doctor yet again and he told me I severely injured my knee. He also told me that I either ripped my nerve or stretched it. He said if its stretched then I will be able to regain my use of my foot. ... (42 replies)
... on tingling and persistent some numbness on the outer side of my lower right leg. It was at this time that he suggested that I may have damaged my right leg. ... (1 replies)
... peroneal nerve damaged. Knee surgery first and cast for the broken fibula. Apr.'03, 1st emg on peroneal, established a base. ... (6 replies)
... Tanya when i damaged my peroneal nerve the foot drop meant i could press down and move my foot inwards, but not up and outwards. ... (5 replies)
... who performed the surgery told me that both my deep peroneal nerve and the muscle in the anterior compartment are damaged and it is very unlikely the nerve would come back. ... (12 replies)
... The neurontin is usually the first choice of med's prescribed by doctor's for nerve pain. It does take a while to get into your system before it begins to work. Then it also takes time to adjust the patient's correct dosage to diminish the pain. ... (6 replies)

Associated Tags: entrapment, foot drop, knee injury, peroneal nerve, peroneal nerve compression

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