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How to remove or avoid formation of some hard material near leg fingers or under foot. It really pains much when we walk on floor.
I suffering from a calf pain since 15 yr, gradually it starts from behind the knee portion and follows towards calf muscle and from there towards center of my foot. I have done mri, but there is everything alright. Please help me. The pain is in such a manner that I can't control my tears too.
I am getting saviour leg pain while sleeping and also I feel that at my right leg, left side knee part is not sensing when I am touching there.
I am 25years old my height is 6.2' and weight 113 kgs almost and now having back pain for last 1 month what should I do.
Hi Sir, My age is 35. I am doing regular exercise since childhood. I getting leg pain when after the squat exercise in home. 2 years before I have done been 100 squats but no pain. But now full leg is getting pain. Normally I will do all type of exercise but no pain in other body parts. Can I know why it is feel and tell me the remedy.
Mechanical problems are by far the most common cause of back pain. There are many possible reasons why mechanical pain-in which a specific part of the spine, like a disc, a ligament or a joint, does not work correctly- can occur.As well as, strains, knocks and other accidental injuries, a number of disease can contribute to, or worsen, the mechanical causes of back pain (mentioned in the next section). Remember, underlying disease is not the common cause of backpain. Some of the mechanics of back pain are discussed below.
Sometimes, back pain is a natural consequence of the ageing process. As we get older the discs that separate the vertebrae lose their flexibility and shock-absorbing properties and are damaged more easily.
This is the process by which one of the discs ruptures and its inner core bulges out through the outer layer of ligaments that surround it. This is painful enough in itself, but if the bulge presses on a spinal nerve, the pain may spread to the part of the body that is served by the nerve. Herniated discs are most common in the lower back and most often affect people between the ages of 25 and 45. Only about 1 in 25 people who have pain in their lower back that is caused by a physical problem have a herniated disc.
3.FACET JOINT PROBLEMS
Like the discs, the facet joints that connect the vertebrae together can wear down, or degenerate, and the two halves of the joint can grate against each other, causing back pain.
Spinal stenosis describes the abnormal narrowing of the spinal canal which then exerts pressure on the spinal cord. Spinal stenosis is usually associated with feelings of weakness or tingling sensations. Another type of stenosis is that of the nerve root canal. This can be linked to the narrowing of the foramina, the space between two vertebrae through which the nerve root passes.