When I pick up my left foot (while walking), it either turns inward or my toes don't clear the ground. A podiatrist said it was a weak front leg muscle, but physical therapy made it worse. (Originally, I was tripping only when running--I used to run 6 miles a day.) I then went to a physiatrist who sent me for MRI's of my neck and spine (all healthy) and a nerve conduction study of my lower leg (no blockage.) Does anyone know what this could be? I have no pain, though recently I've started having numbness in my big toe at night (it either keeps me awake or it wakes me early in the morning.)Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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