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Sciatica, neurostim, and upcoming foot surgery

fignewtonffignewton Posts: 4
I am new here and have a question. I have had 4 spine surgeries and finally a SCS implanted to help with crippling sciatic pain. Well now my sciatic is much more tolerable but I have had excruciating foot pain. Turns out I need surgery on my foot. Has anyone else gone through sciatic issues and ended up needing foot surgery? It just seems odd on the one hand but maybe not so bizarre since it is all interconnected. Thanks.


  • :H Hey hope your day was ok. I have bad sciatica, would you tell me more about you inplant. what is wrong with you foot, is it because of your back and you have been walking in a way as to hurt it? also nice to meet you. GOOD TO YOU AND YOURS!!! :)))
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