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... Wrist. The surgeon said all of the ortho work on my fractures were healing well. However, it has left me with nerve damage, that includes a "dropped foot" and lack of sensitivity in my lower leg. He sent me to get an EMG performed yesterday also. ... (83 replies)
... roken ulna bone. I then received surgery about 16hrs later. After the surgery, my hand had lost sensation, was really numb and tingly, the same feeling when your foot falls asleep. Worse, I couldn't extend my fingers, they were all bent and very stiff. ... (0 replies)
... No that type of surgery! But trust me i feel they cut a has happen to me in my well as when i had my tubes tied...hell! Painful hell..never went away!!! ... (6 replies)

... for too long and most likely the damage to it is irresversible. A fasciotomy, if performed within 24 hours from start of the compression, is possibly to save the nerve by releasing the pressure inside the compartment. The key is when the compartment syndrom is diagosed and when the surgery is performed. ... (12 replies)
... ns on my foot. 1 cut on teh right side of my left foot, 1 directly up from the first on on teh side of my calf, 1 where the ankle meets the leg in the middle, 1 cut on the left side of my left foot and they also cut part of my calf to allow for my foot to come back up to a 90 degree angle. ... (83 replies)
... I'm new to this forum but thought my case may later offer some suggestions to those suffering from foot drop, compartment sydrome, and peroneal nerve damage. ... (12 replies)
... construction done immediately and that was a good success my knee is very solid, but still suffered from foot drop. ... (83 replies)
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... Day. It has helped the pain in my leg from the terrible surgery I had but it has not done anything for my foot. You see, from the damage they did, I am not able to move my foot at all or even my toes. It constantly feels like my foot is about 10 times bigger than it is and is ready to pop. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for the follow up about your tendon transfer. I may be facing this surgery sometime down the line and am grateful for the information you have provided, since I'm basically a non believer too. I know what you mean about rehabilitating muscles, because I am now rehabilitating my very weakened quadriceps muscle due to a fracture and surgery. The PT wanted me to climb... (83 replies)
... As I said in my earlier post I cut my peroneal nerve on December 1, 2006 causing my drop foot. On January 29, 2008 I had a tendon transfer, the bridle procedure. I was in a non wieght bearing cast for 6 weeks. ... (83 replies)
... Thanks for all of the information about the tendon transfer. I don't know if I'm a candidate for nerve or tendon transfer, but I'll be finding out if I am in the coming months. Please keep me posted about your success and how you're doing. ... (83 replies)
... I have been monitoring this thread ince I cut my peroneal nerve causing a drop foot on December1, 2006. I was not a candidate for a nerve transfer so my Dr. recommended a tendon transfer however he suggested that I wait for at least 12 months to see how much movement I regained on my own. ... (83 replies)
... Hi Andi, Just wondering how the surgery went? And how things have been for you since? Hope everything has gone well for you. I emailed your man in Leeds and they have offered to see me at their clinic. Tempted to go just to get a 2nd opinion before my op at the end of March. Cheers Graeme (83 replies)
... ankle area. He also mentioned that that type of transfer sometimes kicks the foot out to the side due to the tendons being too tight. ... (83 replies)
... Dear Tanya8, Thanks for the information that is great to hear that even if not as quick or as much as any would like there is some progress, and that is great news I am very happy for you and certainly hope it picks up speed from here. I had my first active PT session yesterday where I started on exercises and was beyond ecstatic to have some positive results, while I... (83 replies)
Jul 18, 2004
... I had severe nerve damage during plantar fascial release last summer. ... (123 replies)
... I am just asking because actual central pain syndrome is caused by damage to either the thalamic gland located in the brain or thalamic tract in the spinal cord itself. ... (12 replies)
... I severed my ulnar nerve about 3 months ago, just above my left elbow. How is everyone progressing on their recovery? ... (29 replies)
... I have had all the problems with it as every one else. I at times would have to grab my ankle to pull it in different dirrections to pull the nerve ending out of where ever it decided to grow. If they don't bury the nerve endings when they cut it it can grow into places that can cause a lot of pain. ... (6 replies)

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