Drop Foot (also called foot drop) is a condition in which an individual cannot lift the front part of his/her foot. As a result, the toes drag on the ground as the person walks. As a preventive measure, people with this condition will lift their knees higher than normal or alter their leg movement – both of which can lead to additional problems. There are many ways to help prevent further injury and pain caused by drop foot, including braces and supports. A lightweight brace or support can be worn with almost any shoe or sandal and can be very helpful in the treatment of drop foot. Attached to the ankle, it uses discrete bands to keep the forefoot elevated to prevent toes from dragging.
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