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... But the worst of it all, is the nerve damage that has occurred. Catastrophic is a good word to use. ... (83 replies)
... e that you are under the care of an orthopaedist, and I was too when I fractured my leg...BUT...the problems you are experiencing with dropped foot are caused by nerve damage, which probably occurred during your accident, along with your broken pelvis and hip socket. ... (42 replies)
... 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)

... Well I finally have an emg schedualed for the 22nd and I hope I will get some answers from that. I have been dealing with peroneal nerve damage resulting from a knee dislocation. I had terrible pain for the first month then it lessened to about a twinge here and there. ... (42 replies)
... cartilage damage behind the knee as well but the orthpaedic surgeon didn't want to touch anything until my nerve damage was sorted out. ... (42 replies)
... and my sciatic nerve was stretched by the retractor. I've had total drop foot since then with no improvement. ... (83 replies)
... 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)
... be here in the first place. As for healing in 12 months or so, I have to say that's it's kind of difficult to put a time limit on something like this. This dang peroneal nerve is going to heal at its own pace, and that's just the reality of the situation. ... (8 replies)
... nt a nerve graft operation, i was cut from my ankle right upto half way up my hamstring, they grafted sensory nerves from my ankle and transplanted them into the peroneal nerve. That was 4 years ago and the foot is still exactly the same, no movement what so ever. ... (83 replies)
... Hey guys, I am a recent college grad who, one month after graduation, was wrestling with a friend when my left knee dislocated, tearing my acl and lcl, tearing part of my hamstring and completely rupturing my peroneal nerve (unfortunately, it was so swollen the initial doctor said it was simply a sprain, and after three days of agony I finally went for a second opinion...)... (42 replies)
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Nov 2, 2008
... s able to move it to the inside and down as well. After about 5 months with no further improvement, I consulted a neurosurgeon who diagnosed a compression of the peroneal nerve. We waited a little while longer for some more movement to return, but it didn't, so I had decompression surgery to release the nerve... ... (3 replies)
... outward lift without tripping over myself. At least your doctor got a look at your peroneal nerve... ... (5 replies)
... he shoes laced up pretty tight and yes, we keep them on the patients even when they are in bed asleep. If you sleep 8 hours a night, that is enough to set your nerve back to the foot drop position. ... (1 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)
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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)
... one from what I understand. All they're going to do is free the nerve, which the doctor believes became compressed during my fracture surgery. This will give my peroneal nerve and the nerve sheath the opportunity to heal on it's own...may or may not work, and it will be several weeks before I know anything. ... (3 replies)
... i came the bad news. i ruptured the acl, pcl, and tore the lcl. pulled a chunk of bone out where the tendon was attached. and last but not least stretched the peroneal nerve. ... (83 replies)
... u'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. I can walk without a brace and drive, but my drop foot is not as strong as my normal foot. ... (42 replies)
... Well as you can guess I have suffered some amount of trauma to my peroneal nerve and have the condition referred to as drop foot presently. ... (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)


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