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    drop foot following knee replacement surgery
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    redne posted:
    I had KPS surgery 4 weeks ago. Immediately following surgery I was unable to lift my ankle and toes on the surgery leg. I am in therapy three days a week for the knee and we have started electrode stimulations to help the ankle and toes without much change. I am able to hold the ankle for a short time once the therapist puts it in position but absolutely can't lift it on my own. Any ideas?
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    _swank_ responded:
    What is KPS surgery?
     
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    redne replied to _swank_'s response:
    knee replacement surgery (KRS). Typo!


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