Drop Foot can be caused by:
1. Failure of
2. Failure to
your lower back surgery at L4/L5 (most common).
The Drop Foot
is actually a pinched nerve which caused by pressure
on the nerve by the a failure muscle that did not
absorb force (due to injury) and as a result the
force is going directly to the joint area, known as
Bone on Bone, which is L4/L5 or in the knee it is
the joint - Always!
When you have a
lower back pain, due to herniated disk or other
issue, the doctors will inject you with epidural or cortisone injection
which is a temporarily solution but will not help you in the long run.
Moreover, these injections to your L4/L5 disks can cause your bones to develop MS.
Also, doctors cannot administer you more than 4
times a year these injections due the risks involve
injections do not help than, the doctors advise on a
surgery to your L4/L5 lower back disks, however, they do not
tell the risk of developing SCIATICA NERVE INJURY as
a result of that surgery.
In most cases, you will not notice it after few
months post surgery. And it leads to a Drop Foot
for the rest of your life whereas doctors cannot
Same is with the knee,
when we are bone on bone due to a muscle that did
not work properly, doctors who cannot tell where is
origin to the pain suggest a knee surgery and when
the surgery goes wrong we got pinched nerve resulted
in Drop Foot. Doctors will not admit the
failure as you will not feel the result only after
six months post surgery unfortunately.
There is no need
to do any knee or lower back surgery with the ARP systems.
The ARP simply locates the origin to your lower back
issue and treats that 100%. On the reverse
side, if you did develop a Drop Foot or Sciatica
nerve injury as a result then, the ARP can help
recover your nervous system, Drop Foot as well as your sciatica
.... no lower back pain, no Drop Foot, no need for a
Be advise that Drop Foot treatments take longer than our usual
10 sessions due to varied body reaction from person
to person and the severity damage in the knee
surgery and/or in the L4/L5 of the lower back as a result of the failed surgery in
which doctors will not admit unfortunately.
Yes, we have
patients who recovered from Drop Foot and Sciatica