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Tingling From Knee To Foot
Irritated nerve: Often sciatic nerve pinching or paroneal nerve pinching causes this. Neuological examination and EMG may be needed. ...Read more
Severe pain radiating from sciatica down back of leg behind knee to foot. Def weakness at ankle an numbness below knee. Help?!
Sciatica: These symptoms indicate that help is needed right away. See your neurologist or orthopedist asap . Good luck ...Read more
Spine issues.: You may have spinal cord issues.Get a more detailed answer ›
Knee cap injury, back of knee pain, also numbing behind knee also causing feet to tingly and go numb. Could my plantaris is damaged? What to do?
Injury and pain: As soon as possible you must see your primary doctor about your pain and numbing. If you have seen a specialist about this you would be better served if you saw that doctor first. If you can, please let me know what the doctors have said. ...Read more
Sharp shooting pain from knee to mid thigh. Difficulty walking. Dx: o/a (r) knee from fall. Now swollen ankle, top of foot, pain in toes. Related?
Blood clot : this could be a serious condition seek medical help immediately ...Read more
Can Achelles tendinitis cause tingling in your foot? Can the tingling & numbness in my foot/ toes come from really stiff ankle? Normal EMG
Been to foot spine orthopedic family dr numbness foot leg knee thigh pain in leg no dr can tell me why?
Thigh leg pain: Sometimes the correct diagnosis is difficult to ascertain . Perhaps the best way to obtain an answer is to stick with one specialist and ask for follow up visits and repeat testing . If u only see a dr one time and then move on to a different one , you may confuse the process of getting the correct treatment ...Read more
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