Neuritis peroneal and tibial nerve

These lesions are characterized by dangling feet, dropping it on the outside edge, limitation of dorsiflexion of the foot and toes, diversion, and bring the foot. To take a step, and the patient has sharply raise the leg, so this step is called "cock".
With neuritis tibial nerve missing plantar flexion of the foot and toes. The patient can not be in a sock, to dissolve and reduce fingers. Paralysis interdigital muscles causes claw-like finger position.
When the lesions peroneal and tibial nerves impose a plaster of Paris splint is placed. While training physiotherapy, massage, exercise in the water, electrical and physiotherapy it off. Therapeutic gymnastics spend 6-8 times a day.