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Toes curling

by Steve
(Pennsylvania )

Question: My stroke was 17 months ago when sitting and relaxed my toes are straight and relaxed. When I stand up, my left leg tenses, and my toes curl. It is painful walking. When I sit and relax again they relax, is this normal, and is there anything I can do to help? The stroke affected my left side. I can walk with a cane but have a foot drop. My left arm is mostly not useable. I tire easily, typical stroke ailments. Thank you for your time.

Answer: I would refer you to another post on this subject at https://www.stroke-rehab.com/toes-curl.html

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