Deep Peroneal Nerve Entrapment

 

Video by Dr. Eric Williams

This young athlete is now 2.5 months from a decompression of the common peroneal nerve and removal of a small piece of abnormal bone pressing into the common peroneal nerve branches. His pain is not completely gone and he is back to running and swimming with out any painful symptoms.

 

8 weeks after Dr Dellon's nerve release surgery, gymnast returns to floor exercises


Treated by Dr Eric H.  Williams, Baltimore, MD

Woman with severe chronic right foot and toe pain due to compressions of common peroneal nerve, proximal tibial nerve, deep peroneal nerve, and common digital nerve to the second web space. She is only one week from surgery and already has had major improvement in sensation and pain in her foot and toes



After release of her nerve entrapment in the foot she resumed her ice skating career.

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Ensemble, from left to right Nicole Rosson, Gedge Rosson, Lisabelle De Jesus, Virginia Hong, Luiann Greer, Bill Gately, Lee Dellon, Ramon De Jesus, Chris Maloney, Keith Greer pianist: Cynthia Cernak.