Foot Drop

CTB corrective treatment for foot drop

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Written by Sandy Efflandt
Updated over a week ago

Foot drop is assumed by medical practitioners to be purely a neurological issue. However, in our experience it is routinely caused by trigger points in the tibialis anterior muscle and its functional group of muscles. Problems often occur in these muscles from chronic overstabilization of hypermobile ankles, and result in "rigid ankles". The solution we have provided many clients is to reduce the trigger points and restore ankle fluidity of movement through the bodywork, and provide a custom shoe insole that will address the hyperpronation for long term relief.

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