Leg Pain
Nerve Pain

Compression of nerves leaving the spinal cord can cause sharp shooting pain into the leg.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

This pain syndrome is commonly misdiagnosed is a form of chronic pain that effects arms and legs. Typically develops after an injury, surgery, stroke or heart attack, but the pain is out of proportion to the severity of the initial injury. This can lead to symptoms of swelling, hair growth or loss, skin and finger nail changes, temperature changes, loss of function and severe pain to touch.

Muscle Pain

Irritated bands of muscle can result in aches, spasm, or tightness which can lead to pain over a remote area. This phenomenon is known as referred pain, caused by “trigger points” (irritated muscle bands) can often times can cause leg pain.


The symptoms of Fibromyalgia include chronic widespread pain, associated with debilitating fatigue, difficulty sleeping, difficulty with bowel function and a variety of mood problems including cognitive dysfunction, anxiety and depressive symptoms. There are no diagnostic tests to diagnose Fibromyalgia.