Leg Pain

Causes of leg pain can be many and varied. There are of course the obvious injuries incurred directly to the area, but other causes are not so clear. 

The nerves of the lower back are responsible for movement, strength and sensation in the legs, amongst other functions. Problems derived in the low back may cause pain referral to the buttocks, legs and feet.

Sciatica’ is a term often used inappropriately for general thigh pain but true sciatica is isolated to the posterior thigh and follows a particular pathway. Hip and knee pain can refer to other parts of the leg too. 

Correct diagnosis can prevent months or even years of inappropriate treatment regimes.

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