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... and transfer it too the peroneal nerve where it was severed during the tibula break. I could be way off base but thats what I thought I heard my OS tell me... ... (22 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)
... The doctor Im seeing is an Orthopedic Surgeon but he's not able to help me with my foot drop. He's sending me to another OS who specializes in foot and ankle surgery. My nerve was torn from the knee dislocation, but that has only been 4 months ago yesterday. ... (22 replies)

... my knee doing more damage. After six hours of surgery, a plate, and fourteen screws i was finally put back together. The next evening, i had to have emergency surgery from compartment syndrome as well and lost part of my calf muscle from the damage. ... (12 replies)
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Apr 30, 2008
... 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)
... Hi everyone. I was doing a search and found this thread that I posted to a long time ago. I am now 1 yr and 1 month post op tendon transfer on my drop foot with mixed results. I had to have a small revision surgery this past November because the screw in the top of my foot was coming out. ... (83 replies)
... Like you, I hadn't heard of foot drop before. I was in the hospital for a week and each day they came and would take about it. I was quite confused. ... (22 replies)
... Just wondering how the surgery went? ... (83 replies)
... 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)
... I was in the hospital 2 days after my tendon transfer. The surgery was 4 hours but I was 'out' so I don't remember any of it. ... (83 replies)
... hello again everybody. i had a tendon transfer done on july 17th of this year and i am having good results. the surgery lasted about 3 hours and i stayed in the hospital just one night. i originally injured myself in august of 05 playing softball. ... (83 replies)
... I agree, unless someone has had drop foot, they really can't quite imagine what it's like. There are things out there to help it, like an AFO. ... (83 replies)
... I'm so very sorry to hear of your injury. Did they suspect the foot drop at the time of your injury? ... (83 replies)
... L broke the fibula, dislocated the knee and tore the peroneal nerve leading to "foot drop" which sounds quite similar to your problems. I am not able to lift my foot or turn it outwards. The top of the foot is numb and goes up the outside of the leg. ... (5 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. ... (83 replies)
... take all the improvement I can get. As for a "full" recovery, in my case, I have gained enough function to drive and walk without a brace and not to think about drop foot anymore, but the former drop foot foot is somewhat weaker and still has odd sensations of tightness and pulling. ... (8 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)
... which previously never moved. It isnt powerful enough to move my foot but it is strange to see the little fellas wiggling about after all this time. ... (83 replies)
... I am due to have a similar surgery to correct drop foot subsequent to synovial sarcoma, radiation, and graft surgery back in 1994. Over the past 6 to 7 years I've noticed progressive weakness in my left foot and now have to wear a brace to correct the drop foot. ... (0 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)




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