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... It has been a hard road the entire time, and only now in the past few months have I noticed positive dorsiflexion and movement. This is a condition that can really try even the most patient person, so hang in there. ... (42 replies)
... After reading all of this thread, I must admit that I'm quite a bit more worried than I was before. ... (83 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)

... Sorry you've had such a hard time of it these past eighteen months. If you look at my previous posts you will know that I had drop foot after a broken leg and that I had nerve release surgery, which really helped in my case. ... (42 replies)
... You're right, my situation has improved greatly...Actually I really suffered terrible damage to my femur bone, and it sounds as if you are making wonderful progress so far as getting around and mobility are concerned... ... (8 replies)
... Thanks Tanya8, I am allergic to almost every drug under the sun...all codeine based drugs, all serotonin drugs, Zofran, Prozac, they make me hyperactive. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks for the heads up and keeping this thread going. I recall the positive message which you gave me in late 2008 and still thank you for it since I did feel pretty sorry for myself at the time and I confess ever so often after that. ... (42 replies)
... Oh, my goodness, you poor dear. I can tell you a little bit about what I know as a nurse with what we call "foot drop". That is what I think you are describing. I have never seen this in people that can walk, only in people who are quadrapelegic or parapalegic. ... (3 replies)
... nd to look at things a bit differently than we do. My doctors see where I'm coming from and they see tremendous progress...and there is tremendous progress. But I remember completely normal, and I'm not there yet. There are sensory issues of pressure and pulling, which I may always have to deal with. ... (42 replies)
... Thanks for replying. I again have to question the role of my surgeon in all this. He undoubtedly did a great job but I still question why he delayed me getting physio and why he elected to stop it after just 6 weeks. ... (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)
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May 13, 2008
... I can fully understand your feelings of apprehension as the time approaches for your cast to come off... ... (29 replies)
... I'm from New York too and have dropped foot since November due to a broken bone and further hip surgery. I would just like to know what the surgery was like for the tendon transfer...are you in a cast, how long did you stay in the hospital, how was the pain... ... (83 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)
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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)
... Thanks for the update. First up, I have to say it's good you are so well informed. I am kinda stumbling into my op blindly. I havent seen a specialist for about 6 months and have pretty much forgotten what they told me back then! ... (83 replies)
... I wear a custom hinged foot drop brace during the day. Just recently got a "Toe On" brace but I can't seem to get used to it. For the night I have a "A Force Dorsal" brace. ... (83 replies)
... Right now I feel as if the decompression surgery has been an incredible success, and I'm so happy. ... (42 replies)
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May 26, 2008
... on which is great. I'm going somewhere sunny and warm for a few days later in the week with work and it will be fantastic to walk about in shorts without the AFO on. I know it sounds pretty vain but I'm sure you know what I mean! ... (29 replies)
... Hi Clshfan...I hope you are doing well and gaining function with every passing day. As I mentioned before, I have noticed some improvement, but now seem to be stuck at this level...I can move my foot up a about an inch and some to the side, but that's it. ... (83 replies)




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