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... and my sciatic nerve was stretched by the retractor. I've had total drop foot since then with no improvement. I can feel just a bit on the inside of my foot, ankle and calf but I can't move any toes or my foot. ... (83 replies)
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May 1, 2008
... Hi Gmac1975...Although it took I while to isolate where my problem was coming from...the spine, hip, or knee...in my case, the problem is at the knee and the peroneal nerve. ... (29 replies)
... now I understand what is actually happening...actually it's a lot like mine, except that I have some slight movement upward and outward. Come to think of it, I can also move my toes up slightly as well. I can walk around without my AFO without really raising my leg very much at all...I just have to be careful. ... (5 replies)

... Having read through the entire post I wanted to add on my experience so far and to say thank you to all those whom have shared their experiences. ... (83 replies)
... So sorry to hear about your drop foot, and hopefully I can shed a little more light on your situation... ... (2 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)
... Hey I am new here as well, I am suffering from drop foot. I dont know if it is permanent since none of my doctors can seem to answer that... I am a 22 year old mom who while pushing my quad down an incline trying to pop start it, I hit a pot hole and dislocated my knee. ... (42 replies)
... ur 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)
... I'm so glad that you have sort of a fixable mechanical problem and that your drop foot is not returning! ... (42 replies)
... I also have foot drop from back surgeries. My calf has shrunk to a child's leg. Anyway, I have done PT for the leg drop, 2 different times. ... (83 replies)
... Welcome to the board. I understand the frustration you are going thru. How did you pick up your injury? ... (2 replies)
... I developed drop foot from a long hospital stay due to Acute Pancreatitis. I was sedated for about 6 weeks, and bascially I woke up and had it in both legs. ... (42 replies)
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Jun 8, 2008
... Sounds like you are making great progress, especially if the pain is subsidising so quickly. Is there a real hope that eventually you can get back to how you were before your injury? ... (29 replies)




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