1 Year Post Saphenous Nerve Adductors

This patient is 1 year out from a surgical decompression of the saphenous nerve in the right leg at adductor's canal for a several year history of severe burning, stabbing, aching pain in the right leg. She went undiagnosed for several years without relief. Diagnostic nerve blocks of the saphenous nerve helped discover the cause. She has had an excellent response to surgery. She has had nearly 100% relief of her pain. She is more active, and the activities that once caused her pain are no longer a problem. She has returned to her garden without pain.

If you or anyone that you know has a similar problem, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Eric H. Williams at the Dellon Institute for Peripheral Nerve Surgery in Baltimore, Maryland at 410-337-5400.