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Foot drop sucks, but there are some exercises that can help. In this video, we show you some examples of drop foot exercises for treating your floppy foot, whether it stems from a peroneal nerve injury or some other cause. When you’re not able to lift the front of the foot normally, the muscles, tendons, etc. of the calf, ankle and foot will lose strength and flexibility, making the problem worse and limiting your recovery chances. For that reason, performing drop foot exercises that stretch
Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists treat Lisfranc Fractures of the foot. Injuries to the Lisfranc joint most commonly occur in automobile accident victims, military personnel, runners, horseback riders, football players and participants of other contact sports, or something as simple as missing a step on a staircase.