My husband has had Parkinson's for nearly 14 years. He had developed toes clawing and his GP suggested he had surgery to correct it.
He couldn't face it for years but plucked up the courage and had it done a year ago.
He had no general anaesthetic and recovered very quickly.
His walking is very much better and we are both cross we didn't go this route years ago.
Perhaps other sufferers would like to know about the new ways of operating on feet with epidurals and ankle blocks and the great results leading to mobility improvements?