Pelvis & Leg Nerves
The pelvis and thigh are controlled by three major nerves that provide motor and sensory branches to structures throughout the pelvis and the lower limbs. Their function is to provide sensory information to the cortex and to motor impulses to the muscles of the thigh. Pelvis and leg nerves are susceptible to damage due to injury, repetitive motion, and trauma. Decompression surgery can relieve nerve pressure and alleviate painful symptoms.
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COMMON PERONEAL NERVE PALSY
TARSAL TUNNEL SYNDROME
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