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1,149 Possible Causes for Akinesthesia, Inability to Walk on Heels, Sciatica

  • Cervical Spondylosis

    […] on your toes or heels.)[] Therapeutically, it has been found useful for alleviating cervical spondylitis, back ache and sciatica.[] For example, sciatica is a well-known form of radiculopathy that affects the lower back and the legs, and it is caused by the compression of nerve roots connected to the sciatic[]

  • Sciatica

    […] to bring the foot upwards (walk on heels) Weakness in lifting the big toe or ankle up Pain and/or numbness on top of the foot, particularly between the big toe and second[] While this test is positive in about 90% of people with sciatica, approximately 75% of people with a positive test do not have sciatica.[] So the exact occurrence of sciatica is unknown. Race: Sciatica has no known predilection to race or cast.[]

    Missing: Akinesthesia
  • Lumbar Spondylosis

    […] on your toes or heels.)[] Cases with degenerative low back pain and sciatica were assessed before and after therapeutic interventions with combined movement examination and a battery of self-report[] There is considerable evidence on the clinical effectiveness of discectomy for carefully selected patients with sciatica caused by lumbar disc prolapse that fails to resolve[]

    Missing: Akinesthesia
  • Low Back Pain

    These would include the inability to walk or inability to raise or lower your foot at the ankle.[] Low back pain and sciatica: summary of NICE guidance Ian A Bernstein , musculoskeletal physician and general practitioner 1 , Qudsia Malik , senior research fellow 2 , Serena[] Low back pain wo radiculopathy Low back pain, mechanical Lumbago with left sided sciatica Lumbago with right sided sciatica Lumbar back pain acute, Mechanical low back pain[]

    Missing: Akinesthesia
  • Lumbar and Sacral Arthritis

    […] on your toes or heels.)[] Sciatica is not in itself a disease.[] Sciatica is pain running down your leg in a pattern determined by the sciatic nerve.[]

    Missing: Akinesthesia
  • Common Cold

    The common cold, also known simply as a cold, is a viral infectious disease of the upper respiratory tract that primarily affects the nose. The throat, sinuses, and larynx may also be affected. Signs and symptoms may appear less than two days after exposure to the virus. These may include coughing, sore throat,[…][]

    Missing: Akinesthesia Inability to Walk on Heels
  • Lumbar Osteoarthritis

    […] on your toes or heels.)[] When I have sciatica attacks, I wear a back belt, purchased from a pharmacy.[] Stiffness and pain in the lower back pain that runs into the pelvis area and buttocks (sciatica) may be a major component in lumbar spondylosis.[]

    Missing: Akinesthesia
  • Lumbar Disk Herniation

    DISCUSSIONS: Our findings suggest that the MMP1 rs1799750 2G/2G genotype may contribute to low back pain, sciatica, and disability after lumbar disk herniation.[] Secondary outcomes included sciatica severity as measured by the Sciatica Bothersomeness Index, satisfaction with symptoms, self-reported improvement, and employment status[] Main outcome measures were scores from Roland-Morris Disability Questionnaire for Sciatica, Visual Analog Scale for leg pain and low-back pain, and Likert self-rating scale[]

    Missing: Akinesthesia Inability to Walk on Heels
  • Musculoskeletal Lower Back Pain

    True Sciatica must be distinguished from other causes which can produce sciatic symptoms such as trigger points and sacroiliac joint dysfunction.[] Sciatic Nerve Pain Sciatica is also a very common type of lower back pain.[] Narrow spinal canal predisposes to nerve root compression and sciatica.[]

    Missing: Akinesthesia Inability to Walk on Heels
  • Peripheral Neuropathy

    Which pain medications are effective for sciatica (radicular leg pain)?[] To be eligible studies needed to explicitly report that participants had sciatica or a synonym for sciatica.[] […] can have considerable side effects Sciatica is commonly seen in primary care.[]

    Missing: Akinesthesia Inability to Walk on Heels