What specialist would I see for bone pain in legs?

Ortho. Orthopedic surgeon or a sports medicine specialist- that is, assuming that the pain is really coming from the bone and not from adjacent soft tissue structures.
Family Physician. You should first see your family physician and after evaluation you may need to be referred to orthopedist or rheumatologist.

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