chronic leg pain

chronic leg pain

leg pain due to: (1) exercise-induced injuries (e.g. medial tibial stress syndrome [shin splints], stress fractures, gastrocnemius/soleus muscle strains, iliotibial band friction syndrome, posterior tibial and peroneal tendinitis); (2) compression syndromes (e.g. chronic compartment syndrome, chondromalacia patellae, peroneal, tibial, popliteal nerve entrapments, arterial occlusion, radiculopathy); or (3) muscle fascial injuries (e.g. fascial herniation, muscle soreness and cramps)
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The symptoms are chronic leg pain, swelling of the leg and ankle, redness and venous ulcers of the inner side of the ankle.
Symptomatic muscle hernias commonly occur in the leg and cause chronic leg pain due to nerve involvement.
With SuperionTM ISS I am able to offer patients suffering from moderate spinal stenosis an option that has the potential to relieve their chronic leg pain while preserving their natural anatomy.
He has admitted smoking 40 cannabis joints a day to help him cope with chronic leg pain and was jailed last year for dealing to fellow hospital patients.
He is seeing his internist today for treatment of chronic leg pain, diabetes, and hypertension.
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Clanton TO, Solcher BW: Chronic leg pain in the athlete.
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Martin has the rare and incurable Klippel Trenaunay Weber Syndrome, which causes chronic leg pain and is being allowed to use a buggy until his court case has been heard.
One focuses on a condition called intermittent claudication, which causes calf pain only during walking; the other on more seriously affected patients who suffer from chronic leg pain and/or foot ulcers that are beyond surgical treatment.
MINNEAPOLIS -- New 24-month data from a study published today in the scientific journal, Neurosurgery, show that spinal cord stimulation (neurostimulation therapy) provides sustained, significant improvement in otherwise intractable, chronic leg pain, quality of life and functional capacity out to 24 months of therapy.