Upper and Lower Limb

Foot Problems, Symptoms – Causes of Common Feet Conditions

The feet have to constantly bear impact, whether we are standing, walking or running. Even for less active people, the feet are prone to a host of problems. Some may be acute symptoms that last for a few minutes to hours and may be a result of physical strain. Others may be persistent conditions that can be a sign of >> Read More ...

Tired Legs – Causes of Fatigued Legs and Feet

It is not unexpected for our legs to feel tired after standing for long hours, walking further than we are accustomed to or running distances beyond our conditioning. In these cases the tired feeling is due to muscle fatigue and strain. It usually eases within a several hours to a few days depending on the severity and is >> Read More ...

Signs of DVT, Chronic Deep Vein Thrombosis and PTS

CA blood clot is the body’s way of stopping bleeding and is ultimately a life-saving process. However, when a blood clot forms at the wrong place and at the wrong time, it can be dangerous and even deadly. Blood clots within an intact blood vessel reduces blood flow and can sometimes completely block an artery or >> Read More ...

Cold Legs – Causes of Lower Leg Coldness with Pain and Aches

Like all body parts, the surface of the legs can become cold under certain conditions. To prevent this we may cover the legs and feet, relocate towards a warm environment and move the legs to generate heat. The body may also reroute heat from the torso to the legs to help control its temperature. However, there are cases >> Read More ...

Lower Leg Pain (Painful Calf and Shin) Causes

The leg refers to the lower limb which includes the thigh, lower leg and foot with the knee and ankle joints being the major joints of the lower limb. Pain can affect the entire lower limb (leg) or be isolated to just one part of the leg, such as the lower leg. It is important to make this differentiation because there are >> Read More ...
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