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Foot Dorsiflexion Weakness
Foot dorsiflexion fine at rest &when casually walking around, but if walk a few miles get sharp pain, tenderness, swelling & foot drop. Nerve? Tendon?
Evaluation?: Have you been evaluated by a physician? Pain and foot drop can be caused by a variety of things, and localization can often be approximated with physical examination, and other tests such as electrodiagnostics. Suggest you see your doctor. ...Read more
Stretching: Range of motion and stretching exercises.Get a more detailed answer ›
Foot Flexion: In a seated position, in a firm chair, with your butt higher than you knees, knees shoulder width apart, and ankles directly beneath your knees maintain heel contact with the floor while you raise the foot up leveraging on the heel. Start with 15 repetitions. When 15 become easy....Do 30. ...Read more
Has anyone ever had a patient where exertional compartment syndrome secondarily injured nerve roots in back due to exertional dorsiflexion weakness?
Unlikely: While we are taught to try to explain all symptoms with a single diagnosis, it sounds like you have two separate issues assuming each was proven by appropriate testing. ...Read more
Weakness: Agreed - could also be neurological.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: This is not normal a sign something is wrong and you would not want it to get worse. ...Read more
A tight posterior: Muscle group can cause pain when dorsiflexing, as you are stretching the muscles that are tight. (if it is one side, I would be concerned for a clot, but this is less common if the presentation is bilateral.). ...Read more
I have a warmness in the bottom of my foot it feel more soothing than hot. What could this be? There is no numbness nor pain no weakness
Warmness: This could be many things - as already mentioned. The best thing to do is see your podiatrist for an exam. Good luck. ...Read more
See doctor: And have it evaluated and x-rayed.Get a more detailed answer ›
What is weak?: Foot weakness can be described as either functional or structural in nature. Structural weakness is demonstrated by the inability of the anatomy of the foot structures to exhibit and maintain what is considered normal position. A functional weakness is demonstrated by the inability of the anatomical structures to exhibit and maintain normal physiological or biomechanical foot functions. ...Read more
Sir, I feel weakness after sports or exercise my height is 6 feet and inches please recommend me nurtion which make me strong and healthy.
I have pain & weakness on top of foot near the bend of my foot, what could it be? I'm not diabetic.
A few possibilities: Could be tendinitis (there are many tendons that extend the ankle at this site). Could also be a nerve injury, or nerve irritation (the common peroneal nerve could be affected). Best to go see a foot specialist, who will examine you and give you a proper diagnosis/treatment. ...Read more
For years there's been a tingling sensation and weakness in my right lower part if my leg and foot. What could this be?
Many things: The list of possibilities depends on your medical history and other conditions. I see you've had an EMG/NCV procedure which was unrevealing but if that was a long time ago and since then, you've developed more symptoms such as the weakness maybe EMG could be repeated and would show something. Good blood analysis could also reveal nutritional or other abnormalities. Have you seen a neurologist? ...Read more
Should I be concerned if my father is 72yrsold since last4months suffering from swelling on foot, heavy weakness is it chickenguni?
Very doubtful: Unless your father has been to Africa or southeast Asia recently it is highly unlikely. Swelling in the foot and weakness can be caused by a multitude of issues. I recommend he sees is primary care doctor for blood work as soon as possible. ...Read more
What does abi result 76 & 72% mean in legs? What could complications be besides pain, weakness & feet and part of legs turning blue? Thanks.
Artery Disease: Your numbers strongly suggest you have artery disease. Signs and symptoms can include cold feet, bluish toes, pain in the calves with walking, ulcers of the feet and toes and gangrenous changes of the feet. Many diseases can mimic these symptoms so a vascular or wound specialist is needed. ...Read more
Thorough checks need:
I suggest you see you foot doctor for a detailed assessment.
They can help you at least with a few symptoms for starters. ...Read more
Nerve problem: See a foot specialist or neurologist.Get a more detailed answer ›
How long does haloperdol remain in system after stopped? Side effects remain shuffling feet, leg weakness
Cannot say in:
Your particular case, AND...
while the medicines blood levels go away in 1 or a few days, it's changes on the control of movement can often be permanent (tardive dyskinesia is the name for the change in movement associated with long term use of haloperidol and similar medications). ...Read more
What can cause left foot to tingle on bottom have no health problems or weakness I do sit down for long periods at work it's been this way for 2 days?
See your physician: This could be a number of things from a pinched nerve in your back to peripheral neuropathy to vascular issues. Consider and EMG to find out what is going on. Dr. Alex khromov in deltona does emg's and I personally recommend my family members who live in deland to go to him. He may be a good person to see to help with this diagnosis. ...Read more
I have pain in my right calf as well as numbness and slight weakness when the calf foot or ankle is touched I feel pins and needles like it s been asl?
Dizzyness like feeling about to fall over. Heat going through body, sweaty and cold hands and feet and weakness?
See below: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more
Left foot tingles on bottom it comes and goes I have no swelling, redness or weakness and I'm healthy what could this be?
Have leg and feet weakness in both herniated and bulging disc when I get up at night feel heavy in legs and feet and it hard to move why is this?
I have general fatigue and weakness and cold hands and feet. I also lost a lot of weight. I'm starting to worry about chfcould it be this or the wl?
Why do I feel numbness in my hands and feet followed by crushing band sensation around my ribcage and weakness all when getting in sauna and or jacuzz?
DUE TO HEAT: You should see a neurologist soon. The heat is bringing out neurological symptoms, which point to a problem in your spinal cord. Mri films of neck and thoracic spine should help. You may or may not have multiple sclerosis or other problems within the spinal cord. Get checked out, and if needed, start treatment. ...Read more
See a doctor: You need to see a neurosurgeon or orthopedist for evaluation. ...Read more
It depends: The cause of the weakness and numbness needs to be determined before rendering treatment. ...Read more