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... In April I had an accident in which I completely tore my LCL and had a small tear to my ACL also had peroneal nerve damage and foot drop. I had surgery in mid April to reconstruct the LCL, Doc said that we would wait and see how the ACL felt after healing from the LCL surgery. ... (0 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)
... Hi'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)

... 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)
... Thats funny, my husbands friends call him Tucker, so I was surprised to see the name used. Well back to foot drop, mine happened after I had microdiscotomy in 2002, My dr. ... (22 replies)
... But the worst of it all, is the nerve damage that has occurred. Catastrophic is a good word to use. ... (83 replies)
... in aug 05 i was playing softball and dislocated my left knee rupturing my acl, pcl, acl and had extensive nerve damage resulting in a drop foot on my left foot. it took a year and a half to have the surgery to fix my knee and i am still left with a foot drop. ... (83 replies)
... PCL and stretched the peroneal nerve in my left leg causing foot drop. I spent 1 month in hospital, where they put a metal pin in my tibia, and reconstructed my left knee. ... (4 replies)
... foot drop on right side been there a year. Left leg was tingling all along but didn't seem to get weaker until she got pregnant, we think. ... (24 replies)
... I'm so very sorry to hear of your injury. Did they suspect the foot drop at the time of your injury? ... (83 replies)
Jun 21, 2008
... Thank you for your very kind words...your encouragement and experience in dealing with foot drop have helped me so much in coping with this condition as're actually living the things I still have to do, and your advice has helped me a great deal.. ... (29 replies)
... Welcome to the website, and I hope that some of the information here will prove helpful to you. I have been dealing with foot drop since November when I had surgery to repair a badly broken leg... ... (6 replies)
... I had surgery to repair what they said was a dead perineal nerve. Well . . . when they got in there they think the nerve is not dead because it was hard and not "mushy" like dead nerves are. ... (12 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)
... and he did a very thorough job from what I have been told. Originally like I said, it was thought that I only had nerve damage down below the knee, and he found the bad damage above the knee as well. ... (83 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)
... e of my leg and into the top of my foot. After much persistance on my part finally in March of this year I saw a neurologist who ordered an EMG. He told me my S1 nerve was compromised and ordered an MRI. The MRI showed 3 disc bulges in my LSpine and a pinched S1 nerve. ... (0 replies)
... who performed the surgery told me that both my deep peroneal nerve and the muscle in the anterior compartment are damaged and it is very unlikely the nerve would come back. ... (12 replies)
... grown. If it does become contrated, you won't stand a prayer. What we do at the hospital is just about what you have been doing, wear tennis shoes to keep that foot in a normal position. A tight shoe, like a tennis shoe, is your best bet and the tighter the better. ... (3 replies)
... s ago I was stricken with a disease called Rhabdomyolisis which caused such extreme poisoning and edema, I have permanent paralysis in the left leg and permanent foot drop. I wear AFO's to go out, but, as a result of the pain from the nerve damage, I am unable to walk more than 10 to 15 feet and need a walker to do that. ... (83 replies)

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