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... al issues still stands. For the best possible outcome in your particular situation, you should investigate further! By the way, the problem that I had was called peroneal neuropathy and not peripheral neuropathy, as I stated in a previous post. ... (6 replies)
... kept telling me everything is fine. My primary doc told me that the tourniquets they use when they do our kind of surgeries can cause nerve damage if not properly monitored during surgery. I have to have an EMG and NVC to find out where exactly the damage is. ... (6 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)

... Lynn, thank you so much for all of the very valuable information. You have really explained so much to me. I too have tingling and a weird kind of numbness in my foot and leg...my good leg feels normal, and the other one feels so odd and different. I don't really have pain either, but the sensations I do feel are very annoying and irritating on a 24 hour a day basis...I... (83 replies)
... g. It isn't pain but there is a huge difference in how both legs feel. Also, I now am getting a lot of 'sparking' in my foot. My PT thinks it is possibily the nerve really starting to work and heal itself but it could be simply the residual damage to the nerve and just is what it is. I am just going to have to live with it. ... (83 replies)
... I just recently fell at work and had extensive nerve damage causing a dropped foot. It's been a little over a month now, please give me some hope and tell me it gets better. ... (4 replies)
... em, the less likely they are to achieve full recovery. I called Dr. Naths who told me because my doctor waited so long for the EMG I am no longer a candidate for nerve transfer. The EMG identifies if nerve decompression can help get rid of the drop foot. ... (42 replies)
... Hi adhaereo, So sorry to hear about your drop foot, and hopefully I can shed a little more light on your situation...from what I understand, it seems that drop foot can originate from the spinal area, the course of the sciatic nerve along the thigh (I think that was GMAC's case), and the from the area just below the knee. In my case, the area around the knee was... (2 replies)
... occurrence. The best way to get to the bottom of this is to see a peripheral nerve specialist while you're actually having symptoms, so they can identify the source, and you can be rid of it for good. As for all the running, etc. ... (2 replies)
Input
May 13, 2008
... As for myself, I'm getting nervous...it seems that the docs are as sure as they can be without actually surgically looking at my nerve, that I will benefit from nerve release surgery. If I do nothing, then I will pretty much stay where I am...with surgery there are 4 possible outcomes... ... (29 replies)
Input
Apr 30, 2008
... Thanks for the well wishes. After 13 years, 4 weeks has been nothing! That's how long ago I severed my sciatic nerve, falling thru a plate glass door. A nerve graft was only a partial success at the time hence the drop foot, countless AFOs, foot problems, chiropodists etc. ... (29 replies)
... I highly recommend going to the same doctor who performed the EMG and having it done several times over a period of 6-12 months to see if there is any repair going on. If not, then surgery is an option for the peroneal. (83 replies)
... have a problem with the AFO brace and if it weakens the other ankle then it will never work. So now I am using a Travel folding wheelchair. Where did you do the nerve decompression which hospital? ... (6 replies)
... I hope you'll eventually recover function. As for your question about releasing the fascia, I have to admit that I really don't know the answer to that. When a nerve is released they release the sheath surrounding the nerve, and that's about the extent of my knowledge. Take care and feel better! ... (42 replies)
... discomfort goes away, and I always notice some sort of improvement after these spells. Right now I'm 1 year out from surgery, and I think that after 2 years the nerve will be finished with whatever healing it wants to do. ... (42 replies)
Doctor won't help
Mar 31, 2009
... thank you bobby flay and bentleysikes for giving me some advice i have finally gotten a referral to a Orthopaedic Surgeon and he couldn't believe the other doctors left everything this long it had been two months when this started before i finally to a doctor to help me and tell me what was wrong anyway he did a nerve conduction study on me and says that the perinal nerve is... (3 replies)
... Hi Rebecca, 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...I'm not a doctor, but the most important thing for you to find out is where your foot drop is coming from...I think it can come from the spine, hip, or knee and there... (6 replies)
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Jun 21, 2008
... ared at me with their mouths open...I still have dropped foot, of course, but I was walking so much better than before the surgery...for some reason, the trapped nerve causing my foot drop was also stopping my knee from working properly, and this changed immediately after surgery and was noticeable to everyone. ... (29 replies)
... weeks after the hip replacement because I had a staph infection. I wonder if I might have scar tissue that is impeding the nerve regeneration. ... (1 replies)
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May 30, 2008
... at I'm still in one piece and the surgery was really nothing...I have a small scar on the side of my leg...no big deal. According to my doctor I had a very tight nerve entrapment and without surgery I would have remained the way I was or eventually even lost function... ... (29 replies)




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