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My name is Helen and I am a 59 yr old female diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2004. No major issues until I woke up one morning with toe curling and ankle turning inward - horrible pain! Had 2 minimmaly invasive spine procedures at Laser Spine Institute (complete waste of time and money). I.went to physical therapy. After a deep tissue massage I woke up with severe weakness in my legs and the following day I fell outside and slammed the ride side of my body into the side of my house, since then I've had 2 visits to ER, X-rays, MRIs and some minor changes to my meds (I take Stalevo 4x / day and Trihexyphen 3x/ day).. I had an EMG test and woke up with increased pain and weakness in my legs (much like the symptoms experienced by mommaatialuv) - my toes are curling again and ankle turning inward...waiting to see if changing meds will help - next step is a 14 day stay at a rehab facility which I really don't want to do...
Any thoughts or suggestions? Thanks.