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Foot drop is usually caused by weakness or paralysis of the muscles that raise the foot. It can also be caused by problems with the nerves that control the muscles that lift your foot. Learn [More]
How To fix foot drop at home I have shared with you how to improve foot drop at home. If you suffering from foot drop due to lumbar disc bulges this routine can help you [More]
Foot drop can result from nerve injury in the back/spine (radiculopathy), or at the knee (fibular neuropathy), or a combination of both. Dr. Sebastian shows how a fibular nerve hydrodissection is a safe and effective [More]
Mark my word, this is the only drill I will ever tell you to bring your back foot behind your front foot. I talk a lot about alignment, and the importance of your feet being [More]
Dr. Ebraheim’s educational animated video describes the condition known as foot drop , which occurs due to Peroneal nerve injury . Causes and treatment of Peroneal nerve injury is outlined . What is foot drop? [More]
Foot drop is characterized by weakness of the muscles that contract and lift the foot. This weakness can be caused by a nerve injury or compression from a herniated disc, a muscle disorder like muscular [More]
This video demonstrates two (2) gait patterns seen in patients who have a foot drop (ie. dorsiflexion weakness). The first of these is a Steppage Gait. The patient hikes (flexes) their hip and knee to [More]
This video provides a methodical overview of the causes of foot drop by anatomical level and covers the following causes: Tendon Rupture, Tibial Myopathys (Nebulin, Scapulo-Peroneal Muscular Dystrophy), Common Peroneal Nerve Compression at the Fibula [More]
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