Foot Drop Syndrome & Treatments Explained | Patient Story

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After Yesenia was diagnosed with foot drop, her symptoms became unbearable. She frantically searched for a doctor who could treat dropped foot syndrome. Luckily, she found Dr. Andrew Elkwood and Dr. Michael Rose at The Institute of Advanced Reconstruction. Watch Yesenia’s patient story, as she explains her dropped foot diagnosis and treatment. Yessenia talks about how much better she is feeling after undergoing foot drop surgery at the Institute for Advanced Reconstruction at The Plastic Surgery Center.

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Comments

Mona Ismail says:

Is it possible to treat the fall of the foot after a long time 3 years, if there is a solution I hope the answer

Sofia Mantas says:

Hi! I sprained my right ankle back in January. Since then I’ve fully lost mobility of my toes and have no dorsiflexion. I did physical therapy and that only helped me be able to bear weight. I’m really scared that I might not be able to walk normal again. I’m scheduled for an EMG soon but I feel I can’t no longer trust my doctor because in the past he dismissed all of my concerns about not been able to move my foot and toes. Is the foot drop only fixable through surgery?

Esmeralda Meza says:

My sister got foot drop after delivering her baby due to epidural. This video gives me hope that her condition will get better.

Reeca Davis says:

What is the name of the surgery ?

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