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#16 Not the Femoral Nerve !

Well, that was interesting. Going to the neurologist, getting hooked up to electrodes that make your leg jump like the frog’s leg you might have tested in high school biology! Whatever dysfunction I have/had, it is not severe enough to show up on a standard neurological test. I’m happy that it’s not severe. Perhaps most people would not sense the slight differences in leg function that feel prominent to me. But I won’t give up on maximizing my rehabilitation. My plan is to keep up with my PT exercises and strength work, but to go for the many repetitions and lighter resistance approach, and to back off if I feel the pain down the front of my leg. I will also be seeing the surgeon soon for the one-year follow up and see what he has to say.



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