I have recently been diagnosed with acute compartment syndrome. I have no feeling in my foot or toes, and very little in the calf. I also have no movement in my foot or toes. This injury occured on December 9th 2006. My doctor has had me on bedrest since December 11th 2006. I am also now in a brace to help my foot drop. I can't put pressure on my foot either. I have now lost muscle and my leg continues to weaken. This injury occured from a basketball injury, we are not completely sure of the accident, but we think I might have been kicked or landed on. Is my doctor doing everything he needs to or should I seek additional help?:confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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