In my unending search for answers, I ran across your website & hope you can help. My husband was diagnosed with foot drop by his pcp. He was sent for a myelogram which showed spinal stinosis. He was then referred to a neurosurgeon who determined that stinosis was not the cause & sent him to have an EMG, which showed nothing. He then had a CT scan & was told by the neurosurgeon that there is nothing he can do for him and that he should see a neurologist. This has been ongoing for 2 mos. He has pain and his frustrated by the cost of tests that seem to go nowhere and is now saying that he will just live with it. I feel that we need to know the cause to find a treatment and am afraid that it will become permanent if he does nothing. Is a neurologist the next logical step and might there be any questions I can ask to get to the bottom of this?
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