Today’s post is a masterclass on improving foot drop after stroke. In it, we’ll discuss the following:
Many of you (perhaps up to 25%-40%) will deal with foot drop, especially after a middle cerebral artery stroke.
The middle cerebral artery supplies an area of the brain in charge of leg motor control. It also supplies parts of the somatosensory map that deal with information coming back from the body as well as control over the body.
While cerebellar strokes can have an influence on ankle and foot function, it’s usually after a middle cerebral artery stroke that you see a foot drop. And in...
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