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... going through. My problem started with a right hip replacement last July, and ended with a damaged sciatic nerve. Of course I didn't know at the time that I had nerve damage, as my surgeon put it, "my nerve was just pissed off!!!" I woke up from surgery with numbness, tingling, and toes that I couldn't raise upwards. ... (83 replies)
... and the worst thing of all, my peroneal nerve is out! I can't move my right foot up and it is all numb on top of the foot up to almost my knee. ... (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)

... and his office was opposite the door to my nerve guy! i was furious. ... (83 replies)
... ing a knee specialist, and I am assuming that he is an orthopedist. When you have your EMG, you will probably see a neurologist for the testing. If, however, the nerve is to be remedied surgically, you should see a neurosurgeon, even if it means traveling out of your area. ... (1 replies)
... te all the waiting too... by the way, sitting with your legs crossed is not a good idea, as far as I know, especially if you're crossing your foot drop leg. The peroneal nerve lies along the area that you're putting pressure on when you cross your leg, and I was told not to do this... ... (42 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)
... I don't have a cool story with my peroneal nerve problems, except peripheral neuropathy. ... (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)
... are probably going nuts trying to find info and get help. I haven't done much posting, mostly just reading others but your story really got me, I have permanent nerve damage and paralasis from a botched hip replacement and that was nearly 5 yrs ago. ... (83 replies)
... Secondly, with your nerve damage, have you consider the tendon transfer surgery? ... (6 replies)
... h 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)
... 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)
... I did manage to get an xray and mri of the knee, and neither of those showed any damage or problems. ... (12 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)
... Went in for bunion surgery and came out with peroneal and tibial nerve damage. First EMG study shows damage but Neurologist not sure what caused it. B.S.! Getting a second opinion but would like to know if this "foot drop" I'm experiencing is going to get better. ... (6 replies)
... due to their error" sounds good eh.. Just wanted to mention that EMG can tell you a bit more than just "femoral nerve damage". ... (8 replies)
... I had a nerve conduction study and EMG which showed no nerve conduction due to an entrapped peroneal nerve in my foot. The nerve conduction tests are very accurate as far as nerve damage goes. ... (3 replies)
... iving in Malaysia right now and it was a chinese massage so quite deep. Went to bed and noticed tingling in my right toe....think I have foot drop as a result of damage to the peroneal nerve. ... (2 replies)

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