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... and he was significantly spastic in his legs. In Nov. 2000 he had adductor release, hamstring lengthening, and achilles tendon release on both legs. He was in full leg casts for 7 weeks. ... (4 replies)
Adductor Release
Aug 27, 2008
... Hi again, have just found out that my 27mth old needs to have an Adductor release operation. She was to have Phenol obturate nerve block on Friday with her botox, but it's now been put off until the operation. ... (0 replies)
... I'm 35 year old with cp.I walk with a alterEd gait,and have spastic in my legs.I am thinking of having aN adductor release,hamstring lenghtening,Achilles tendon release.Does anyone have information about this procedures? ... (11 replies)

Sep 11, 2008
... f her hips about 3mths ago and we were told that it looked like her hips were starting to move. So we were refered to the ortho specialist who said she needs the adductor release to avoid her hips completely dislocating. ... (0 replies)
... and, now, tendon release surgery can be a lot less invasive, thus speeding up healing and recovery time. ... (3 replies)
... the adductor muscles and their related nerve. ... (6 replies)
... I have a 5 year-old daughter that was diagnosed with spastic diplegia. She had a left adductor release when she was 2 1/2 (before the surgery she was walking with a posture control walker and her legs were beginning to scissor when she walked). When she was 3 she started walking unassisted. Now that she's had several growth spirts, her muscles are tightening up (which can... (4 replies)
... Devnic - god bless and heres hoping things improve. Please keep us updated - I am following this thread with interest. My son is 7 years old and at times can walk unassisted but always with someone in toe to catch him if he falls. Our surgeon keeps putting off this surgery saying "wait as long as possible" so we continue to have botox and stretching but my son's gait is... (4 replies)
... DEAR DEVNIC , i am new to this forum and havent a clue what i am doing so hope i am doing this right. your message really struck me because you werent confident in the surgeon that performd on your son and you were really worried about the scars, didnt you have any post op apointments and what did the surgeon think when he looked at the scars when the plaster came off,... (4 replies)
... The only thing my daughter has had done surgery wise so far is an Adductor release in her groin. That gave fabulous results for a year or so but it's tightened up again with her last few big growth spurts. ... (2 replies)
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Dec 21, 2010
... You are right about Prof he is amazing. He did M's adductor release in April this year. ... (4 replies)
... For Leacie it's been a long road, with much PT and OT, an adductor release and 2 lots of botox she finally got herself bunny hop crawling around the house. ... (2 replies)
... Hi there, you know I think every mother on earth that has found their child has some disorder or another knows exactly how you're feeling right now. We feel so overwhelmed, we drive ourselves crazy trying to think what the future holds and we have that 'why them/me' frame of mind. For me the best thing that happened in the beginning was my husband telling me, 'it's a life... (9 replies)
... Physiotherapy, occupational therapy and hydrotherapy have helped her immensly, she's also had botox, splinting for her hands and AFO's for her feet. She's had an adductor release which is where the tendons in her groin have been severed to stop her crossing her legs constantly. ... (7 replies)
Jul 9, 2010
... and was scissoring really badly. The surgeon did an adductor release and phenol block on her for that about 18mths ago. She's only just getting tight there again now. ... (3 replies)
... Hi there, my girl had a phenol block done when she had her adductor release 14mths ago. ... (2 replies)
... Oh wow I can't believe the doctor just lumped you with a diagnosis like that and didn't give you any more info or tell you where and how to get support. My little one was about 8mths old when I first knew there was something wrong, but she was my 5th child so I knew early, even the Maternal Child Health Nurse didn't pick it up. I googled 'stiff legs' and CP came up and I... (23 replies)
... Hi Lisa, it does sound like your daughter could have mild diplegic CP from what you've described. My little girl (28mths) has level 3-4 quad cp and has not long ago had her first botox treatment, luckily here in Australia they tend to either do the botox under a general, or a sedative. My girl was done with a general and had no ill effects afterwards. She did have what I... (4 replies)
... times a week. The reason I need advice is that we are scheduled to have adductor release surgery on the 28th, I am very reluctant as I do not want Kaleb in any kind of pain. ... (6 replies)
... Hi, I've had all of the stuff you're talking about. I had Achilles lengthening almost ten years ago. My doc did the Botox injections in my hamstrings and adductors about 7 years ago...the thing about the Botox is, it is not permanent, it only lasts about 3 months. My doc actually did it simply to see if the lengthenings would be successful, by seeing if the muscles were... (11 replies)

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