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155 Possible Causes for Difficulty Climbing Stairs, Lower Extremity Pain

  • Supination Injury

    Travell & Simons’ Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: The Trigger Point Manual. The Lower Extremities. Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins, 1993. Print.[] The current literature on lower extremity opioid usage has limitations and would benefit from additional study.[] The Trigger Point Workbook: Your Self-Treatment Guide For Pain Relief. Oakland: New Harbinger Publications, Inc., Print Simons, David G., Lois S. Simons, and Janet G.[]

  • Polymyalgia Rheumatica

    Often, patients cannot get out of bed without help and notice difficulty climbing stairs.[] A 70-year-old woman presented with a fever and pain in both lower extremities and the right shoulder and right upper arm continuously for approximately 3 months. 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose-positron[] Upper extremity movements were normal but painful. There was diffuse swelling and extreme sensitivity with palpation on lower extremities.[]

  • Osteoarthritis

    Knees – you may have difficulty with activities like walking, getting up from a chair, squatting, kneeling or climbing stairs.[] Lorenz and Soren Raaf, Does dance-based therapy increase gait speed in older adults with chronic lower extremity pain: A feasibility study, Geriatric Nursing, 35, 5, (339)[] In fact, knee OA is more responsible than any other disease for disability in walking, stair climbing and housekeeping among non‐institutionalised people 50 years of age and[]

  • Spinal Stenosis

    OBJECTIVES: To assess the cost utility of lumbar interlaminar epidural injections in managing chronic low back and/or lower extremity pain secondary to lumbar disc herniation[] It causes positional back pain, symptoms of nerve root compression, and lower-extremity pain during walking or weight bearing. Resources In This Article[] It causes positional back pain, symptoms of nerve root compression, and lower-extremity pain during walking or weight bearing.[]

  • Arthritis

    (metacarpophalangeal joints, wrists, elbows, shoulders) Lower extremities (ankles, feet, knees, hips) Cervical spine During the physical examination, it is important to assess[] […] the following: Stiffness Tenderness Pain on motion Swelling Deformity Limitation of motion Extra-articular manifestations Rheumatoid nodules Guidelines for evaluation 2010[] Extra-articular involvement Difficulty performing activities of daily living (ADLs) Constitutional symptoms The physical examination should address the following: Upper extremities[]

  • Chondromalacia Patellae

    Up Stairs Difficulty Climbing Stairs Causes Causes Runner’s Knee Knee Pain Causes Knee Pain After Running Knee Injuries Difficulty Climbing Stairs Causes Symptoms Pain Behind[] extremity functions, pain is more frequent and more severe. 4 Another clinical condition frequently encountered together with aging is chondromalacia patella (CP).[] […] in the calf, difficulty in breathing and/or extreme swelling in the lower leg.[]

  • Diabetic Polyneuropathy

    Symptoms of proximal limb weakness include difficulty climbing up and down stairs, difficulty getting up from a seated or supine position, falls due to the knees giving way[] OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effect of decompression of nerves in the lower extremity in patients with painful diabetic polyneuropathy on static balance using a sensitive[] PURPOSE: To investigate the influence of nerve decompression at potential entrapment sites in the lower extremity in painful diabetic polyneuropathy on nerve conduction study[]

  • Alcoholic Neuropathy

    At this point, his neuropathy had progressed to the point where he could not rise from a chair without using his arms and had considerable difficulty climbing stairs.[] As the condition progresses, additional signs may include: Weakness, pain, numbness or tingling that spreads to other parts of your upper or lower extremities Muscle spasms[] We use the clinic to neurostimulation of nerves of the lower extremities by SMT.[]

  • Radiculomyelopathy

    Difficulty in rising from low chairs and climbing stairs. Excessive fatigue when walking.[]

  • Polymyositis

    climbing stairs, getting up from a chair, or lifting above the shoulder Joint pain or muscle tenderness Difficulty swallowing Shortness of breath Fatigue General malaise[] Her physical examination was remarkable for 3/5 muscle strength in the upper and lower extremities confined to the proximal muscle groups.[] You’ll have difficulty climbing stairs, getting up from a chair, or lifting objects with your arms.[]

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