Unfortunately at this point there is really nothing new that can be done. The damage is from irreversible injury to the nerve roots ( anterior horn cells)- The muscle weaken due to nerve injury in the spinal cord .
Some people actually do get "post-polio" syndrome with new and progressive weakness and pain in the area many years later , after years of compensating use.
There is really no proven effective therapy for post-polio weakness and pain- but some neurologists may consider experimental treatments- none of which are known to be very useful now.
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