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... injuring my legs. It goes under the foot and then up to the calf and attaches on the calf. Shoes keep the rest of the AFO on the foot. ... (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)
... I just recently fell at work and had extensive nerve damage causing a dropped foot. It's been a little over a month now, please give me some hope and tell me it gets better. ... (4 replies)

... Hi, I am a newbie and don't even know if I'm doing this right, I have 3 surgeries,.2 hip replacements followed by a lumbar nerve pinched nerve and 2 bulging disks. I have been in major pain for 8 years now and have a Dr that gives me pain pills but I have given up on Drs. ... (0 replies)
... L5 in October 06. As the result of this surgery she suffered some nerve damage and had been on a walker since then. ... (6 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)
... I had blood clots in my let and thrombectomy...It left me with nerve damage, drop foot and no feeling in my leg. I went to the neurologist and he sent me for the brace which helped me a lot gaining strength and walking again. ... (6 replies)
... kept telling me everything is fine. My primary doc told me that the tourniquets they use when they do our kind of surgeries can cause nerve damage if not properly monitored during surgery. I have to have an EMG and NVC to find out where exactly the damage is. ... (6 replies)
... Went in for bunion surgery and came out with peroneal and tibial nerve damage. First EMG study shows damage but Neurologist not sure what caused it. B.S.! Getting a second opinion but would like to know if this "foot drop" I'm experiencing is going to get better. ... (6 replies)
... Hi injuredeasy...you're right about drop foot, since it is the pits. You know, it must be a female thing, but I worried all the time about not being able to wear my shoes anymore too. ... (1 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)
... 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)
... So, is there anyone out there who has had a tendon transfer done for their footdrop? I FINALLY got an appointment with an orthopaedic surgeon next Friday! YAY! My husband and I are going to have to drive 7 hours to see him, but if it can help then it will be well worth it. I'm just trying to find out more about this procedure and the likelihood of my ortho approving me for... (42 replies)
Doctor won't help
Mar 10, 2009
... Stigeress, I know that I am new and all, but definitely not new to the enemy that we call Foot Drop! ... (3 replies)
... Someone please give me advice!!! After living with foot drop for about five years now, I am finally at my wits end. ... (42 replies)
... grown. If it does become contrated, you won't stand a prayer. What we do at the hospital is just about what you have been doing, wear tennis shoes to keep that foot in a normal position. A tight shoe, like a tennis shoe, is your best bet and the tighter the better. ... (3 replies)
... ough 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. Also, never, ever, did I believe that any of this was your fault for not doing all the exercises... ... (42 replies)
... exercises as often as I should have. My son was born in August and so life got a bit mental. Finding 5 mins to do anything was a struggle! I started to notice my foot getting a bit stiff and a couple of times I stubbed my toe which I hadnt done for ages. So I knew something wasn quite right. ... (42 replies)
... Thanks for your kind words about my helping you...actually I think we're all helping each other in this foot drop situation...it's real pain to treat and to live with... ... (42 replies)
... idering where I was last November. AND...I'm driving now!!!! I have to lift my leg a little when going between the pedals, but I think I also did this before the foot drop? ... (42 replies)


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