Causes of Difficulty walking:
The following medical conditions are some of the possible causes of difficulty walking. There are likely to be other possible causes, so ask your doctor about your symptoms.
Physical Therapy. Muscle training and exercises may help you with strength, flexibility, balance, motor development and mobility, home, bathing and feeding.
Braces or splints may be recommended will help with function, such as improved walking. Others may stretch stiff muscles to help prevent rigid muscles contractures.
Occupational Therapy. Using alternative strategies and adaptive equipment, occupational therapists work to promote, independent participation in daily activities and routines in the home, and the community.
Adaptive equipment may include walkers, quadrupedal canes, seating systems or electric wheelchairs.