Injury of multiple nerves at lower leg level can be caused by a variety of traumatic events such as falls, sports injuries, motor vehicle accidents, or direct contact with a sharp object.
Injury of multiple nerves at lower leg level can be diagnosed through physical examination, imaging studies such as X-rays and MRI, and electromyography (EMG) to measure electrical activity in the muscles.
Other conditions that can cause nerve injury at lower leg level include lumbar radiculopathy, sciatica, and peripheral neuropathy.
Treatment for injury of multiple nerves at lower leg level may include physical therapy, medications, and surgery.
The prognosis for injury of multiple nerves at lower leg level depends on the severity of the injury and the treatment received. In general, prognosis is good with proper treatment.