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Burning Pain In Feet Legs
Can amitriptyline actually cause burning pain in feet and legs. Taking it to reduce that symptom ?
Could: Any med can cause sideffects.Get a more detailed answer ›
Neuromodulation: It seems like you are experiencing peripheral neuropathy. Spinal cord stimulation is an advanced treatment for specific painful conditions. It is usually used for patient with pain after neck or back surgery or pain from complex regional pain syndrome. It has been gaining more popularity for peripheral neuropathy as well. You would need to have a trial to see if it is effective for your pain ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For 5+yrs IV had progressive/extreme fatigue joint/neck/back pain headaches rash on knees/elbows, tingling/burning/pain legs feet arms hands. Ideas?
Severe burning pain in feet-neuropathy/crps. I enjoy hiking and biking but having hard time right now. Will there be limitation after scs?
Abi: Measuring the systolic pressure in the arteries of your feet is a non invasive easy way to check your circulation The ratio of the leg pressure to your arm pressure should be 0.9 -1.3 . if that is the case you are probably experiencing neuropathy. Values under 0.9 indicate vascular disease ratio less than 0.5 may be cause for concern . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Severe burning pain in feet-neuropathy/crps- I'm trying to exercise. Can I run after scs implantation?
Yes you can.: Spinal cord stimulator is a simple outpatient procedure that does not need any significant restrictions after implantation. You can return to normal activities afterwards very quickly. That being said just be careful not to overdo it such as running. The incision sites can open up if you exercise too excessively immediately after surgery. Wait about a week or two. ...Read more
I have been experiencing burning pain that radiates from the inside of my foot to the outside of my thigh on my left leg. Is it anything serious?
Heard of Compo????: Well it's serious enough to cause you pain. Left untreated, it could cause further problem by causing you to compensate for the burning pain you are now having. This compensation is what generally leads to the secondary problems that makes treating the problem even more important. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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