Testimonials: Lower Extremity
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I can't thank you enough for fixing me and making me able to run again!
I wanted to say thank you for everything you did with my surgery. Because you fixed me I was able to run my first race this year since my surgery and I shed almost 3 minutes off my time. I could not have done that without you!!! Thank you so much! I've signed up for four races this year!! I can't thank you enough for fixing me and making me able to run again!!!S.J.
2 Months Following Knee Denervation Surgery - Before and After
A patient who experienced intense debilitating leg pain for 10 years describes his results 2 months following knee denervation surgery.
A patient discusses the painful symptoms he has had in his legs, along with his improvement in symptoms following nerve release surgery.
Dr. William reviews a nerve release to relieve burning foot pain and restore sensation along the leg. Two months following the release of several nerves, the patient has restored feeling in his left foot. He has also found relief in his right leg now that he has been able to find more comfort and strength in his left.
Nerve Surgery Eliminated Major Pain and Cramping in Amputee
I recently had peripheral nerve surgery to cut the tibia and perineal nerves in my right residual limb. This has helped me eliminate some major nerve pain and cramping when walking. Before surgery I could only walk for 10 minutes before I had to stop and sit to ease the cramping and nerve pain. So far it has worked out great (Stationary Bike - 5.2 miles in 20 minutes and Treadmill - 1 mile in 18 minutes) with no pain or cramping. This is great for me at 75 years old.B. Buck
Multiple nerve decompressions resulted in full pain relief.
After suffering with burning, tingling pain for about 4 years, a patient discusses how nerve procedures brought long-needed relief. If you or a loved one suffer from similar pain, Dr. Eric H. Williams would be happy to discuss this with you at the Dellon Institute for Peripheral Nerve Surgery in Baltimore, Maryland. Please call our office at 410-708-3868.
She is sleeping better with less pain and resolution of her restless leg.
This patient is 3 months status post decompression of the common peroneal nerve, superficial peroneal nerve, and sural nerve. This was performed to improve the sensation of numbness and restless legs. She had suffered over a year with this problem. This patient has had substantial improvement in her RIGHT lower extremity discomfort from this procedure. She is sleeping better with less pain and resolution of her restless leg.
Two weeks after our procedure she noticed a dramatic decrease in these symptoms and is now 95-100% symptom free.
This patient is now 3 1/2 months out from decompressions of the common peroneal nerve, superficial peroneal nerve, and sural nerve. She had been suffering from symptoms of tingling, coldness, and numbness for three years. Two weeks after our procedure she noticed a dramatic decrease in these symptoms and is now 95-100% symptom free.
He is now able to return to his normal activities, such as playing competitive softball.
This patient is 4 months out from a decompression of the common peroneal nerve and proximal tibial nerve at the fibular head. The patient had been suffering from pain radiating down the leg to the top and sole of the foot after having a knee replacement. After our procedure 90% of his pain was relieved. He is now able to return to his normal activities, such as playing competitive softball.
After her surgery she experienced great pain relief.
This patient is now 4 months out from a decompression of the proximal tibial nerve. The patient had a prior tarsal tunnel release that seemed to momentarily resolve pain in her calf and foot, but pain returned sometime after. Prior to our operation she had been experiencing severe pain in her calf and foot. After her surgery she experienced great pain relief.
As early as two weeks after surgery 95% of his pain has been relieved and he has regained stability in his ankle
This patient is only 2 weeks out from a decompression of the common peroneal nerve at the fibular head for weakness in the leg with a partial foot drop, as well as zinging and stinging pain down his leg, across his ankle, and through his toes. As early as two weeks after surgery 95% of his pain has been relieved and he has regained stability in his ankle with almost immediate increase in muscle strength.