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... I have had my foot drop since after my back surgery in nov. ... (22 replies)
... sorry to hear of your fall. I have to admit that there are times I don't wear the AFO. I will certainly be more dilligent in wearing it. How long have you had foot drop? ... (22 replies)
... Thank you for sharing your story. 6 months 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. ... (83 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)
... He says he really thinks my leg pain is due to Peroneal Nerve Entrapment and that since it's been this way for 4 years he is now concerned about permanent nerve damage. He also says that if it is Peroneal Nerve Entrapment that fixing is a very delicate surgery and he only does that type of surgery 1 time a year. ... (0 replies)
... AbqHags.. I have one of the new fangled carbon fiber foot drop braces.. I LOVE IT!!! GET ONE IF YOU CAN. It is so lightweight, not sure how long it will last though. Its possible I'll be needing a new one before the old one is a year old. ... (6 replies)
... Right now I feel as if the decompression surgery has been an incredible success, and I'm so happy. My ankle is able to move inwards, outwards, and downwards fully, and it can move a little more than halfway upwards...and it also feels a lot stronger as well... ... (42 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)
... 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... ... (42 replies)
... The nerve damage that caused the foot drop was believed to be permanent. Surprisingly, i could walk on my heels and get that left foot's toes and ball of foot to come off the floor. So it seems that the damage is lessening. ... (8 replies)
... Pain management is really an issue with this stuff... Hope one day they really find something that can really block nerve pain because is like having a permanent and severe tooth ache all over your body. ... (9 replies)
TENS Implant
Sep 22, 2003
... Thanks for writing back, I go to the Dr. Friday and he wants to talk about implant, I don't know what to do I am sick of always being in pain,this shooting nerve is so painful I get so mad at the Dr. ... (25 replies)
... I wish that someone would design a good looking shoe one that would fit and work with drop foot. All the shoes and things that I now own I bought before my accident. ... (1 replies)
... Among breaking everything below my waist and in my left arm, I was told I would probably have drop foot. they were right. Didn't know this site existed, so had no where to turn to for answers to my many questions. ... (8 replies)

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