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Subject: Re: John's walk

James Kress (Nostalgic)
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Date Posted: Tuesday, March 20, 01:16:42pm
In reply to: Bob E. 's message, "John's walk" on Sunday, January 22, 06:39:07pm

>I think this was discussed years ago. Did John have
>any surgery or problem with his right leg? He seemed
>to walk with a slight limp.

Yes on his right leg. I believe I have the same problem-referred to in medical terms as "Drop Foot Syndrome." Usually caused by the interuption or destruction of a nerve in the leg sometimes brought about by spine herniations.


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