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... y from a wall at arm length and lean in while stretching. If you can, you can also do toe raises to strengthen your calf muscles. This has helped me control my foot drop. ... (4 replies)
... probable MS. While there are GPs who have the experience or who have had a rotation in neurology, somebody has missed something or seeing something and putting foot drop and lesions together and calling it MS. ... (14 replies)
... The injury to the shin would not be the same as a lesion on your CNS Spine or brain. Now, the trauma of the injury could have been sufficient to trigger a cascade of problems. ... (14 replies)

... As a result, I began walking with a foot drop, which worsened! ... (14 replies)
... Thanks Kim, I am recovering from one mess and beginning my annual plunge. Other than that, I am doing fine. Moment to moment and one day at a time- actually I can not really complain as I know it could always be worse. LOL, anything less than worse is a blessing!! The stretch for the calves should stretch the toes/foot upwards toward the shin. I will use a belt or my... (8 replies)
... Hi Erin, just to let you know, I get shin splint type pain randomly too. ... (4 replies)
... thank you both for the responses and advice. I will keep stretching and see how i do over the next few days. I had a feeling it was something more than just shin splints. ... (4 replies)
... they both have aided me in my drop foot and balance. ... (4 replies)
... mostly when i walk. i thought it was just shin splints, as it's mainly pain in the front of my calf, but when i walk i feel like it'd be easier if i just drag my foot along and not have to lift my foot up at the ankle. ... (4 replies)
... I thought I was onto something..lol Well, the only other thing I saw concerning the legs and MS was foot drop and that can definitely cause muscle pain and fatigue in the shins. ... (8 replies)
... Okay, so it appears that the MRI is sufficient enough! I guess me being hospitalized for 3 weeks, initially being admitted for paralysis, along with drop foot on LHS. ... (14 replies)
... Beginning in march of last year I began to notice weird sensation in the right side of my body. This including anything from feeling of foot drop and fatigue in the front of my shin. Also the transitioned to clumsiness in my right hand and sensations of heaviness in my right arm and leg. ... (26 replies)
... pain has moved from back of hip and thigh to front of hip and leg and ankle. Shin numbness and foot numbness and pins and needles. I also have mild pins and needles in my fingers. ... (13 replies)
... When I was going to PT a few months back, they told me my calf muscle and muscles around the shin are very tight. ... (5 replies)
... My symptoms began early last Dec as an extreme left sided low back PAIN. Hurt so bad I couldnt move. 5 days later numbness in left shin area and slight drop foot noticed. MRI of back showed nothing abnormal. ... (3 replies)
Off Kilter...?
Sep 25, 2005
... Hi, I was reading in the shoe post that you have drop foot and have to wear braces. Could you tell me how the drop foot came about and what steps you took to correct it etc. I have muscle weakness and stiffness in my left knee and have a very hard time walking. ... (3 replies)




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