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Doctor insights on: Severe Pain In Quads Can Barely Walk Cannot Run

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Dr. Creighton Wright
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Your doctor may also suggest a safe exercise plan. Walking is usually the easiest type of exercise, but swimming or other low-impact exercises can work just as well. Exercise is an important way to keep blood sugar in control, and physical activity in pregnancy has been found to decrease the risk ...Read more


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Mild pain in the ankles & lower back cannot walk a mile without rest?

Mild pain in the ankles & lower back cannot walk a mile without rest?

More foot support: Assuming you needto rest because of pain in ankles or lower back, more support for feet is often helpful. More supportive shes and orthotics are often helpful. If persists, see Podiatrist and also have specilaist check out lower back. ...Read more

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Medial side knee joint point tenderness/pain. Can walk but does start to hurt. Cannot run more than a few minutes without pain, so stop. Stiff, tight, and hurts when sitting and then standing up from sitting. Very painful when running. ?

Medial side knee joint point tenderness/pain. Can walk but does start to hurt. Cannot run more than a few minutes without pain, so stop. Stiff, tight, and hurts when sitting and then standing up from sitting. Very painful when running. ?

Physical exam: This medial joint pain may indicate several injuries are present. You need a physical exam including an examination of your hip which can refer pain to your medial knee via the obturator nerve distribution. You may also have medial collateral ligament, medial meniscus, or anterior cruciate ligament damage. You may have an exaggerated q angle as some women do which can lead to medial compartment OA ...Read more

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I am experiencing hip pain and leg pain and it is unbearable to run and hurts to even walk. ?

I am experiencing  hip pain and leg pain and it is unbearable to run and hurts to even walk. 
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Be seen: Multiple possibilities, I would not hesitate to be seen for a specific diagnosis. Among the three more common causes are something wrong with the hip itself, or a Tendonitis of the tendon that runs on the outside of the hip often referred to as iliotibial band syndrome, or an irritation if a nerve in the back causing pain that runs into the hip and leg; other possibilities as well. ...Read more

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I've pain full right knee, can't run, walk fast, can't bend it and there is no way to climb stairs. Always feel tight and heavy.

I've pain full right knee, can't run, walk fast, can't bend it and there is no way to climb stairs. Always feel tight and heavy.

Meniscus tear: Is probably the most likely diagnosis. It would be rare for you to have arthritis at 40 years old. Most of those symptoms sound like something is mechanically wrong with your knee. I would seek evaluation by an orthopaedist. ...Read more

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Hi,i have Heel very painful to put down in morning,with constant calf pain and very painful knee at front severe crunching up and down stairswith not much of swelling,and lower back pain could it all be connected?

Hi,i have Heel very painful to put down in morning,with constant calf pain and very painful knee at front severe crunching up and down stairswith not much of swelling,and lower back pain could it all be connected?

Knee, calf, or back?: Does the crunching occur with a sound or a feeling? Does your knee feel ok with movement when you are not bearing weight on it? I would be concerned about your knee and your calf muscle based on these observations. ...Read more

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Lifted huge tire. Pinching pain in lower back. Weakness in legs. Hurts to walk or move in certain way. When walk, makes me twitch. What happened?

Lifted huge tire. Pinching pain in lower back. Weakness in legs. Hurts to walk or move in certain way. When walk, makes me twitch. What happened?

Get MRI: Hi. If you have weakness in your legs with low back pain after lifting a heavy object, I would be concerned about pressure on nerves and spinal cord by a bulging disc. Consider an MRI of the lumbar spine. Especially if you get groin numbness or difficulty holding your bladder. Could be an emergency. ...Read more

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My back in agomy can hardly walk when sitting pain in legs so sore?

My back in agomy can hardly walk  when sitting pain in legs so sore?

Call ortho or ER: U need an eval. Call ur ortho, fri is late so if unable 2 wait until next wk., go 2 an er, they can help with DX & pain & if lucky will call in an ortho but u will get the on call ortho. ...Read more

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I have sudden pain in tail bone area, and sometimes back of legs, excruciating pain, I can not sit, lay, hurts to even walk, No injury. Causes?

Lower back pain: You are a 56 years old female, and you're complaining of severe lower back pain which radiates to the legs, but not the thighs? Does the pain go to the feet? Have you ever had a motor vehicle accident, such as months, years, maybe four 5 – 10? If somebody catches the midline of the back, would that generate severe pain? Have you ever had imaging, studies of the spine. If not, you should see an pai ...Read more

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Fainted 5 wks ago, deep bruising in oblique back. Moderate pain. If fight thru pain, will brisk walking worsen bruising? Mild osteopenia, need fitness

Fainted 5 wks ago, deep bruising in oblique back. Moderate pain. If fight thru pain, will brisk walking worsen bruising? Mild osteopenia, need fitness

Keep Moderate: People are told exercise is necessary for osteopenia, but the issue is what is exercise and a brisk walk definitely qualifies and even a moderate walk should prevent further loss. Don't push it. Exercise to the degree you can and as your body heals you can push harder. "Pushing through the pain" could do more harm than good when there is a significant injury. ...Read more

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Heel very painful to put down in morning,with constant calf pain and very painful knee at front severe crunching up and down stairswith not much of swelling,and lower back pain could it all be connected?

Heel very painful to put down in morning,with constant calf pain and very painful knee at front severe crunching up and down stairswith not much of swelling,and lower back pain could it all be connected?

Many causes: There could be a problem with the Achilles tendon and calf muscle (gastrocnemius or soleus), or there could be a problem in the lower back, related to to the S1 nerve. When a muscle is bothered, it affected the way you walk and it can cause back pain too. ...Read more