Well, first of all this patient is a kid - 7-8 years old (if that is important). He had his peroneal nerve "damaged" by some benign tumour. After that he had this neurotization performed because the nerve was not in a good condition (I had to check in the records about the details if that is important). In our first meeting (January) there was no reinnervation of the muscles so I was using rectangular pulses with 1000ms lenght (they are preprogrammed in the machine (Genesy 1500 by Globus Corporation, Italy), for denervated muscles). During this stimulation there was proper contraction of the muscle. Some two months after that there was EMG sings of reinervation so we tried NMES. The exact parameters I should check because I used again programs from the machine, but it uses biphasic symetric pulses and the freq is in the range 30-50 Hz (I am not shure about the pulse width and should check the amplitude that we reached in the records), and something like 10 seconds contrction, 20 seconds rest. Basicly I tried various positions of the electrodes - at the two ends of the muscle (tibialis anterior), one in the middle/one on the distal part, a bit left , a bit right , etc., with more or less the same result. I was using 5 cm square electrodes. Then I stopped because I was not shure what is going on. Hope this story helps. When he comes again (he lives in a different city but comes because our surgeon is the most famous in the country) I will make a video if he agrees.