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Why would someone be walking on one leg mainly if they're not injured?
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Dr. Dan Fisher
Internal Medicine
In brief: Not sure.
I suppose they could have a congenital defect or an old injury with a bony fusion, angulation or length discrepancy.
Could also be a primary neurologic or muscular condition. Could also be psychogenic. Maybe we could ask them?

In brief: Not sure.
I suppose they could have a congenital defect or an old injury with a bony fusion, angulation or length discrepancy.
Could also be a primary neurologic or muscular condition. Could also be psychogenic. Maybe we could ask them?
Dr. Dan Fisher
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