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I can not flex my left foot
It all started two days ago, when I was re-painting the grout from our bathroom floor. My position was squatting or kneeling to get a better view from what I was doing. Suddenly while I was in the squatting position, I fell as if somebody pushed me, hitting my knee on the floor (it was not a hard fall). So I still continued doing what I wanted to finish. Eventually, I got tired and decided to rest. I started noticing when I was doing a little leg excercise to relax my muscles, I could not not flex my left foot anymore. My right foot is perfectly fine but my left foot can do other movements except to flex. This caused my walking abilities and sometimes would make me fall off my feet because I could not control it. I am just worried because it seems like there is no communication from my brain to my left foot. My left foot wont follow and flex, even though my brain commands to do so. What is wrong with my left foot, please help! Thank you and God bless.
Apparently there is a "cause and effect" between your kneeling and lack of foot flexion. I think you just overstretched something.
Try exercising the foot, take some anti-inflammatory medication (if you can tolerate them) and I would imagine in a couple of days the problem will clear up. If not you will then need to see a doctor.
Marc Mitnick DPMDISCLAIMER