Re: peroneal tendon question

A year ago i had a surgecal procedure on whic a fibroma was removed from my peroneal tendon
Since then I have not being able to walk or run
My my big and middle toe are still half numb and I can not bend my food went I walk creating disconford and pain that know due to the way on which I have to walk is creating pain and disconford in my knee and hip. It took me 49years to form this fibroma and I just in lest than 1yr I have a re-ocurrent. Looking for 2nd opinion

Don Luis

Posted By Luis Ledesma on May 02, 2005 at 09:42:20:

In Reply to: peroneal tendon question posted by peony on May 01, 2005 at 18:41:05:

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