2 Weeks After Decompression of Common Peroneal Nerve

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.

If you or a person you know 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 at 410-337-5400