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... Update: Went to see the consultant yesterday. News wasnt as good as I had been hoping and he thinks there might be no value in doing a tendon transfer as he's not convinced it will work. :( He is talking about ankle fusion as a possible alternative but I really dont like the sound of that. Does anyone on here know any more about the procedure and/or after-effects?? ... (83 replies)
... Lynn1991- Your information is very important to me. One doctor recommended ankle fusion, forget it i said, tendon transfer is my next step. I'm curious to track your progress, i understand physical therapy could be up to 3months. Are you in a walking cast by now??? (6 replies)
... Hi Brent, I'm real sorry to hear how bad things are going for you, hopefully they have improved from your last posting in 2005. I really hope you got to go to Disneyland and have full mobility and do everything you wanted to do. I never realised that there would be much information on this condition online, I guess until you suffer from it you don't really fully... (83 replies)

... I am 6 weeks post op tendon transfer. Do not know if the original posters are still following this. if they are, I would love to know what they did such as surgery etc? (6 replies)
... A tendon transfer does not lock in your foot at a 90 deree angle. An ankle fusion locks in your ankle at 90 degrees. A tendon transfer simply stated moves temdons from one area of your foot to the top to keep your foot from dropping. Some have success retraining those transferred tendons to move up and some some. Therefore it is possible to have active motion (therefore it... (83 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. It's very similar to the "toe off brace" except it's L shaped and goes straight down the back of my calf and under the heel. It took... (6 replies)
... What's a MOFO? 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. I remember early on how wearing the braces would cause so much pain where the straps came over the ankle but that pain has subsided. Because I've never had surgery to fix the... (83 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)
... I have some of the same problems as you. Only my hands go numb, not the entire arm. I did have a nerve test called an, EMG and they didn't find any nerve damage with the one arm. ... (4 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)
What do I do now?
Oct 11, 2004
... exam in the very beginning that the cause might not have showed up on the test. Maybe their is a possibility that these tests don't show the very first stages of nerve damage or neuropathy's. This is only my mind wondering..... gosh it never stops.... ... (3 replies)
... I didn't realise they changed from month to month. I've had MRIs last year and will go for a targeted MRI of the peroneal nerve in a couple of weeks. As I only recently learned you can have general MRIs or more targeted MRIs. ... (10 replies)
Neurontin users
Nov 5, 2005
... I have zonegraine which is suppose to make you loose weight and I haven't, nor have I gained from the neurontine for that matter. I had another EMG. and I have Peroneal Palsey in my right calf and nerve damage in my calf and sole of my foot. It should feel at 4 and doesn't feel till 7. ... (115 replies)
... y or surgery, it was thought to have been infected, yet asymptomatic since childhood. The reaming apparatus is thought to have put severe pressure on my sciatic nerve at the sciatic notch in my pelvis. MRI studies have established the nerve to be intact. EMG revealed no nerve response. ... (0 replies)


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