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The nerve (the sciatic) goes to the muscles that move the leg. If the "pinching" is removed by opening the foramen (Foraminal Stenosis) that the nerve goes through, the ability to walk will come back.

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Q: Why does a persons leg and foot drag on the ground when they have siatica?
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