The use of open phenol blocks to the motor branches of the tibial nerve in adult acquired spasticity.

@article{Moore1991TheUO,
  title={The use of open phenol blocks to the motor branches of the tibial nerve in adult acquired spasticity.},
  author={T. J. Moore and Robert Bentley Anderson},
  journal={Foot & ankle},
  year={1991},
  volume={11 4},
  pages={219-21}
}
Spasticity of the posterior calf muscles often occurs following head injury or spinal cord injury. If left untreated, equinovarus contractures of the foot and ankle may occur in a relatively short time period. This paper retrospectively reviews nine patients with either closed head injury (six patients) or spinal cord injury (three patients) who underwent… CONTINUE READING