Knee and Leg Pain-is this due to Back Issues?

Many people experience knee and leg aches and pains but do not actually address the reason as to why they are in pain, aside from a sprain, varicose veins,  results from wear and tear, overuse, or injuries in joints or bones or in muscles, ligaments, tendons or other soft tissues. … Leg pain can also be caused by a bad back and is often misdiagnosed and thus unnecessary surgery or painkillers follows.

Sciatica

Often the result of a herniated disk, sciatica is a form of pain that radiates along the sciatic nerve. Your sciatic nerve extends from your lower back, through your hips and butt, and down your legs. If you experience sciatica pain, it will typically occur on one side of your body.

Lumbar herniated disk

A lumbar herniated disk is a ruptured disk in your lower back. It occurs when the nucleus or “jelly” is pushed out of your spinal disk through a tear. The ruptured disk puts pressure on a spinal nerve that can cause severe pain, numbness, and sometimes weakness.

There is absolutely no need to undertake any type of surgery for knee or leg pain if it as a result from a bad back and pills just mask temporarily.

Decompressing the spine helps to deal not only with the symptoms, but more importantly the causes therefore eliminating your pain.

If you deal with the lumbar region and decompress leg pain is just one symptom that will be dealt with:Relief for back pain, leg pain, scoliosis, sciatica, herniated/prolapsed discs, spondylolisthesis, spondylitis, spondylosis, stenosis, hip pain, sense of weakness and numbness and many more.

If you tackle the thoracic areas: Relief for chest and rib pain, leg pain, nerve impingement, ageing spine, stenosis, visceral disorders such as constipation, bowl problems and bladder weakness, heart problems such as: palpitations, difficult in breathing and many more

Other symptoms associated with back and leg pain include:

  • burning sensations
  • tingling
  • being sore to the touch
  • limited mobility