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how can I stop my toes lifting the rest of my foot .. and numbness

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Old 02-19-2008, 04:36 AM   #1
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how can I stop my toes lifting the rest of my foot .. and numbness

4 years ago I had a prolapsed disc which left me with permenant nerve damage from L4 and L5. I am taking up walking as an excersise but after 20 mins the front part from the ball of my foot goes number - pins and needles and I realise that my toes do all the lifting of my foot when I walk .. Are there any supports or information that can help me walk without causing more damage. (I now have achilles Tendonitis since walking regularly )


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