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... Furthermore, searching for "muscle atlas" will result in many atlases that will show muscle names and functions. After 40 years, it helps to know the crudity of the operation I went through. ... (6 replies)
... When I was younger, I had surgery to release my adductor muscles and have a 2 inch scar across each inner thigh close to the top. My doctor indicates that they were completely cut. ... (6 replies)
... My experience has been that CP surgery is good for you if you are a child, but not so much when you get older. All the research and discussion out there is about children. ... (6 replies)

... Every surgery I had marked weakness in fact after my last surgery I was 14 my doctor who was soon to retire told me never to have another surgery..No matter how much therapy I never regained the strength I lost. ... (6 replies)
... My brother was born with CP and the entire left side of his body has been affected. He is currently 18 but when he was 12 he had surgery to split the large tendon in his lower left leg which runs from your knee to the inside of your foot. ... (6 replies)
... searched and parents i talked to he is the ONLY one i would go to with my child. His lenthening surgeries are not the way others do them, its done without scars, loss of blood, loss of strenght, etc. Its outpatient. He doesnt lengthen the tendon, what he does is 'tears' the fascia that surrounds the belly of the larger muscle. ... (7 replies)
... I am looking into having surgery to cut the adductor magnus and graclis in my thighs. At a young age, I had the adductor brevis and longus cut with partial cuts to the magnus. ... (6 replies)
... It takes a while to regain the muscle loss and for about a month I was pretty weak in my ankles but it was better when wearing my AFOs. ... (31 replies)
Pain and cp
Sep 6, 2005
... I'm 24, with Spastic Diplegia as well. I've said this before but I'll say it again, many of us are at a loss for who to go to regarding CP issues that crop up in adult life. ... (3 replies)
... From what I research I have done, adductor release is usually performed by severing (cutting) the adductor muscles and their related nerve. I definitely notice the absence of tone in that area of my thighs and can feel the cavity adjacent to where the muscles retracted and had scarred down. I am a interested in hearing from others who have had this done and the changes they... (6 replies)
... My psychiatrist now worries that Baclofen may have anticholinergic properties like many other muscle relaxers, which would cause all my problems, due to lower levels of acetylcholine in the brain. Has anyone heard or read anything about this? ... (42 replies)

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