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Oh, My Aching…Leg? by Dr B Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 11:04am Certain low back conditions give rise to more than just low back pain. For example, leg pain can be more intense than low back pain, even though the cause of the leg pain is coming from the low back. When this happens, many patients complain that they have “sciatica,” which refers to radiating pain that starts in the low back and extends down i ... Read on »
Marathons: 10 Ways to Ignore Aching Legs & PR! by ErickaAndersen Posted Thu 29 Nov 2012 5:17am   *Just looking for the list? Keep scrolling a bit! Now that I've run 7 of them , I consider myself kind of a seasoned marathon runner. Not an expert, but I know a little something about how to crank through the good old 26.2 and come out alive on the other end. You've probably heard people talk about hitting "the wall" somewhere b ... Read on »
Oh my aching leg? by Carol Grant Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:11pm Certain low back conditions give rise to low back pain as well as leg pain. For example, leg pain can be more intense than low back pain, even though the cause of the leg pain is coming from the low back. When this happens, many patients complain that they have “sciatica,” which refers to radiating pain that starts in the low back and extends ... Read on »
Oh my aching leg by Marci G. Posted Wed 02 Mar 2011 7:00am First, welcome to March! I know it’s March 2 by now, but I wanted to post the pizza yesterday, so my “welcome to March” post is one day late. Blog stats: I want you to know that every month on the first day, I look at my blog stats for the month prior and tell myself that I’ll never top it, and every month since I started the blog, I ha ... Read on »
Aching legs and varicose veins in pregnancy by Emanuela .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:02pm 1 Comment Studies have shown that 40% of pregnant women develop varicose veins. They can be caused by the increase in blood pressure in the veins of the legs, family history, weight gain and pregnancy hormones which relax the smooth muscle fibres in the wall of your blood vessels. There is a vein on the right hand side of your body called the i ... Read on »
Aching legs and varicose veins in pregnancy by Emanuela .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 30 Sep 2008 11:11am 1 Comment   Studies have shown that 40% of pregnant women develop varicose veins.  They can be caused by the increase in blood pressure in the veins of the legs, family history, weight gain and pregnancy hormones which relax the smooth muscle fibres in the wall of your blood vessels. There is a vein on the right hand side of your body called the i ... Read on »
Melting Snow and Aching Legs by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted Fri 05 Jun 2009 5:07pm With a couple races finally on the horizon I'm back to training. Sadie and I went out for 17.75 very hilly miles this morning. WSU's new golf course has become my favorite winter running wonderland. No traffic. Sadie can run free. Extremely scenic. But hilly hilly hilly. The hills aren't huge but it's nothing but them. There are literally no ... Read on »
Oh my aching legs by Ellyn Posted Mon 05 Oct 2009 10:03pm Have I mentioned how walking around Sea World two days ago has made it almost impossible for me to walk now? Man, I am out of shape. How I miss my gym membership. The Gym! The place I could drop the kids off, watch tv and sweat it out to some oldies. Ahhh. Memories. Literally every time I stand up I wonder if my leg will move forward when I ... Read on »
Midnight Pain in the Leg by Bill S. Health Maven Posted Sun 14 Feb 2010 10:01pm Right now it’s 12:44 am.  I’ve been in bed since 9but haven’t slept a wink.  That swollen ankle I’ve been complaining about is now more of a steady ache in my left lower leg.  The ankle itself is still puffy and swollenbut it doesn’t hurt that much.  The part of my leg where the achilles tendon joins the calfhoweveris sheer agony.  And the ... Read on »
How to get rid of foot and leg pain after standing all day? by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Sun 29 Mar 2009 3:41pm One of my friends works at Nordstroms - all day she stands at the cash register or is putting stuff nicely on the displays- thats her job- stand, walk, stand, stand some more. So you can imagine that at the end of day she is going to be having pain in her feet and legs. Multiply that 1 day by 5- and she may be experiencing some major pains. What ca ... Read on »