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  • Understanding and Working with Foot Drop

    May 19th, 2015 by
    photo by Jason Colston

    My foot has fallen and it can’t get up! Foot drop is one of the most common neurological problems. It can happen from damage to the peroneal nerve near the knee as the result of a knee injury or, commonly, a knee surgery gone wrong. Often, a severe nerve injury can’t be fixed, and the Continue Reading..

    What Causes Multiple Sclerosis? Could it Be Different for Everyone?

    May 5th, 2015 by

    “I don’t know why your spasticity is getting worse,” my doctor said. “Your MS is stable. You’re doing everything right.” And I was. I understand how to work with spasticity with exercise, stretching, diet, etc. I know the available medications and what’s on the horizon. “Spasticity treatment” is a long-standing Google alert, and I’ve read Continue Reading..