Diabetic Foot Pain Better Again After Decompression

This patient had such good response to decompression on the LEFT leg that he repeated the procedure on the right leg for entrapment of the common peroneal nerve, tibial nerve and it's branches at the tarsal tunnel, as well as, the proximal tibial nerve in the calf what was due to his history of diabetic peripheral neuropathy that caused compression of these nerves. He has had diabetes for 3 years and numbness and pain for approximately 10 years. After surgery on his left leg four months ago and his left leg several weeks ago, he is seen substantial improvements in the numbness, tingling, buzzing, pain, and function of his toes. 

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) 709-3868