DROP FOOT AND SEVERE GROIN PAIN AFTER HIP REPLACEMENT

MY WIFE HAD A HIP REPLACEMENT ON 5 JAN 2004. IT IS NOW 22 MAY. SHE NOW HAS DROP FOOT AND SEVERE PAIN IN HER GROIN WHEN SHE TRIES TO WALK USING A CANE OR WALKER. REHAB STATES THEY HAVE DONE ABOUT ALL THEY CANE. IT IS THE GROIN PAIN THAT DOES HER IN. NO PAIN WHEN SITTING OR LAYING DOWN.SHE HAS HAD TWO BONE SCANS AND ALL SHOWS TO BE OK. WE ASKED FOR A CT SCAN BUT THE DOCTOR SAID THE HIP REPLACEMENT WOULD DISTORT ANY PHOTO OF THAT AREA. A TEST BY THE NEUROLOGIST SHOWS NO ACTIVITY. tHE TOP OF HER FOOT IS VERY SENSITIVE TO THE TOUCH. HELP AND THANKS

Posted By Herb Sleeper on May 23, 2004 at 00:18:16:

Malleoloc for lateral ankle instability. Designed to prevent inversion and eversion. Malleoloc does not restrict plantar and dorsiflexion. Excellent for sports use.

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