The lower limb starts from the hip joint and extends to the toes. The hip joint attaches the pelvic bone to the femur (thigh). The ligaments support the femoral head and prevent dislocating.
Unlike the knee joint, the hip joint moves in different directions and allows the legs to perform complex movements. The knee is the largest joint in the body, and it has both hinged and bending movements and can partially rotate around the long axis. The knee joint is more susceptible to injury than any other joint in the body, and this is due to the many forces that the joint has to endure.
Foot: The ankle is a complex network of bones, ligaments, tendons and muscles. Although strong enough to withstand body weight, it can be prone to injury and pain. The lower limb is responsible for direct walking, which can lead to discomfort and loss of function.
The lower limb pain article has already explained the types and causes of lower limb pain and how to diagnose and treat it. You can read the full explanation below.
Interventional pain management services in lower limb problems include :
- Pain from sciatic nerve involvement
- Pain from hip arthritis and knee arthritis
- Pain caused by pelvic bursitis
- Pain after lower limb surgeries
- Diabetic foot pain
- Treatment of excessive sweating of the foot
- Post-amputation pain (phantom pain)
- Pain caused by vascular problems and decreased blood supply to the foot
- Chronic lower limb and ankle pain (TTS, CRPS,….)
If you have any of the above problem and your quality of life has deteriorated, go back to your natural life by visiting Dr. Mohammad Reza Kazemi, specialist in pain management.