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Treatment of right foot drop with compression of peroneal nerve

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Patient is having right foot drop with compression of peroneal nerve and her treatment is stimulation, strengthening exercises, balancing exercises, proprioception exercises, treademill, squatting.

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pantsongrnd says:

I was doing a lot of squatting down and strenuously work 5 days ago. Noticed my foot went numb. Now I have slight numbness on my outside ankle and wraps around the foot to the big toe. I can’t raise toes or foot. No pain. I won’t be able to see a doctor for at least a couple of weeks. What Can I do in the meantime? I am nervous I will be stuck like this. Any info will much appreciated!

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