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... In 2005 I had surg to free up my Peroneal Nerve. It was trapped right above the outside of my right ankle.Since the surgery I have not regained any feeling in the toes top of foot or side of the leg. ... (1 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)
... Does the type of surgery have to do anything with releasing your Fascia? ... (42 replies)

... istraction, this pain manifests itself with a vengeance. I used to have to awaken family members in the middle of the night to massage my leg along the peronneal nerve in order to get some relief. And it's even difficult to describe this kind of pain to anyone, unless you experience it yourself. ... (8 replies)
... I may have a trapped nerve in my leg, just by my left ankle, i am sick of no one knowing what is wrong with my leg. ... (1 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)
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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)
... 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)
... the 1990's and they burnt out my stomach. Since then I take on one Relafen a day to coat my stomach so I can eat. I was on hydromorphone 2mg. for 4 months after surgery during my PT. The PT was not helpful at all and after 4 months I still could not raise my leg knee high enough to walk. ... (6 replies)
... In the beginning none of my toes could move at all, but after the decompression surgery, I regained pretty good function of my toes. And I hope that you do too. ... (1 replies)
... t mention where I had my decompression surgery, but as I stated before in a previous post, just make sure that you are evaluated by a neurosurgeon, and not just a neurologist. ... (6 replies)
... Right now I feel as if the decompression surgery has been an incredible success, and I'm so happy. ... (42 replies)
... t you've related in your posts, it seems that you have both an orthopedic and and a neurological problem, and that's a very difficult situation to be in. Special Surgery is the very best orthopedic hospital in NY state and the entire country, but my information about the neurological aspect of your medical issues still stands. ... (6 replies)
... rk for me because my left foot turns inward toward the left and the brace and shoe go to the right. I have an appt with the DOc. in DEc. for an EMG and hopefully decompression and or tendon transfer. I am going to Special Surgery for the EMG and to see a Neurologist. The nerve pain is terrible.... ... (6 replies)




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