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The clue’s in the name, but what’s the link to MS?
Foot Drop is just what it sounds like. Thanks to MS-related muscle weakness in the foot and ankle, the front of your foot drops, making it hard to flex your foot and maintain a normal heel-toe walking pattern. Yep, your nerves are literally dropping the ball. Of your foot. Fun times
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