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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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Its primary endpoint was a reduction in leg pain of 50 percent or greater on a 100-point VAS.
Flock has treated many Chicagoland residents offering them a solution to their severe low back and leg pain.
Herniectomy is the standard of care for addressing leg pain caused by disc herniation.
13 /PRNewswire/ -- Female college athletes participating in three popular fall sports - cross-country running, field hockey and volleyball - are more likely to experience exercise-related leg pain than those who play soccer, according to a study in the September issue of The American Journal of Sports Medicine.
A planned analysis of secondary endpoints in the study showed a statistically significant reduction in maximum daily leg pain at the end of weeks one and two in subjects treated with REN-1654 compared with placebo, but the reduction in maximum daily leg pain was not statistically significant after three weeks of treatment due to a spontaneous reduction of pain in the placebo group.
The PDN spinal implant is used to treat chronic low back pain, with or without accompanying leg pain, caused by degenerative disc disease.
Patients may benefit from faster resolution of leg pain and reduced risk of complications.
March 4 /PRNewswire/ -- If occasional leg pain is keeping you from activities you want to pursue, there is new information that might help in a free consumer booklet called Leg Pain.
James Weinstein and colleagues is widely considered by experts to be focused primarily on leg pain, the published data from the trials suggest significant improvement in patients receiving spinal surgery to treat disc herniation.
The screenings, which we plan to hold in hospitals across the country, are intended for people who have developed leg pain but haven't yet discussed it with their doctor," said Jeanne Doyle, R.
Stenosis patients with radiating leg pain or numbness typically undergo decompression surgery alone.
This minimally invasive spine procedure uses a high-velocity waterjet to quickly and safely decompress herniated (bulging) discs, providing relief to patients suffering from back and/or leg pain.