This is a followup question to CaliforniaMD if possible. Pertaining to your last reply to me on the Superficial Peroneal Nerve, my local doctor had no hesitation ordering an injection under ultrasound guidance when I saw him after I had shared the information you gave me on our last conversation. So I assume I don't have to repeat the last question/answer session if this request is picked up by another doctor online because the new person is able to read what has already be shared.
Anyhow, where would the corticosteroid injection normally be given in the leg for the superficial peroneal nerve? Or is this something the radiologist determines himself upon examining me. I really do not know where the supposed nerve fibers are damaged as per our previous conversation.
And is there any different type of reaction to this injection by the nerve than I could normally expect like I've had into my wrist, shoulder joint before?