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Improper Walking

Improper walking is an irregular, uncontrollable walking pattern. It can be due to genetic inheritance, systemic disease, or trauma. Improper walking affects the bones, muscles, and nerves present in the leg. Treating the underlying condition can cure the wrong walking pattern. For example, physical therapy strengthens the muscles and corrects the walking pattern. If the walking abnormality is permanent, they may be provided with assistive devices like crutches, walkers, or leg braces.

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When my brother tries to move his legs using crutches, it deviates in the opposite direction. How to manage his condition?

Query: Hi doctor,My 20-year-old brother has been unable to walk since birth. When he tries to move his legs using crutches, it deviates in the opposite direction. How to manage his condition? Please help.  Read Full »

Mohammed Wajid

Answer: Hi,Welcome to brother has weak legs due to a congenital disorder. Consult a physiotherapist for therapy. Ask him to do some exercises twice daily for three to four months to increase the blood flow. Your brother will start walking soon.   Read Full »

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