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12 Possible Causes for Inability to Stand on Tiptoes, Spine Pain

  • Lumbar Disk Herniation

    Low back pain and/or leg pain (sciatica) are the most common symptoms of a herniated disc in the lumbar (lower) spine. Pain may vary from mild to severe.[] Ball, M.D. 6 Citing Articles A 29-year-old woman presented to the spine clinic with new-onset pain in her right leg, accompanied by paresthesia.[] : Pain moving your neck Deep pain near or over your shoulder blade Radiating pain in your upper arm, forearm, and possibly your fingers Pain from a bulging disc may start[]

  • Sacral Radiculopathy

    The friendly doctors at Wake Spine & Pain Specialists have years of experience in the treatment of sciatica.[] The value of magnetic resonance imaging of the lumbar spine to predict low back pain in asymptomatic subjects: a seven year follow-up study.[] At Laser Spine Institute, tens of thousands of patients have found relief from back pain thanks to our advanced procedures.[]

  • Fracture

    See Vertebroplasty After a Painful Spine Fracture Kyphoplasty .[] See Why Women Are at Greater Risk for Developing Osteoporosis Sometimes a compression fracture in the spine may not cause any back pain or other symptoms.[] A complete fracture-dislocation of the thoracolumbar spine without neurological deficit is a rare entity.[]

  • Osteomyelitis

    Lumbar spine radiographs were taken and found to be unremarkable, and the patient was referred to physical therapy.[] Reconstructing the bony elements and stabilizing the spine can help reduce pain and prevent further collapse of the spine.[] Abstract A 13-year-old adolescent girl presented to the emergency department with low back pain of acute onset after bending forward.[]

  • Muscular Dystrophy

    Physical therapy and exercise help prevent muscles from contracting permanently around joints and avoid curvature of the spine.[] I also walk with a slight limp and curvature of the spine (scoliosis).[] Patients can also experience: Episodes of “malaise” or “burning pain” in muscles; Severe pain from changes in posture and muscle strain; Chronic fatigue; Breathing problems[]

  • Metatarsal Fracture

    Immobilization of the fractured foot will help with pain control.[] The health-care professional also may look for associated injuries of the ankle, knee, hip, and lumbar spine.[]

  • Heel Bursitis

    Certainly, there are other causes of heel pain that are less common.[] There may be associated injuries to the knees, hips, pelvis, lumbar spine or cervical spine.[] These etiologies include systemic arthritic conditions, Reiter’s disease, bone and soft tissue tumors, crystalline arthropathies, neurologic conditions of the spine, sarcoidosis[]

  • Plantar Fasciitis

    View/Print Table TABLE 1 Differential Diagnosis of Heel Pain Condition Characteristics Neurologic Abductor digiti quinti nerve entrapment Burning in heel pad Lumbar spine[] TABLE 1 Differential Diagnosis of Heel Pain Condition Characteristics Neurologic Abductor digiti quinti nerve entrapment Burning in heel pad Lumbar spine disorders Pain radiating[] Spurs in the spine can pinch adjacent nerves to cause numbness, tingling, and pain as well as weakness in the affected area of the body supplied by the nerve.[]

  • Sciatic Neuropathy

    Numerous studies ruled out lumbar spine pathological abnormalities as the cause of the pain.[] CLINICAL PRESENTATION Seven days after a fall onto her right buttock, the patient developed a painful burning paresthesia in her leg and numbness on the dorsum of her foot[] See Pain Signals to the Brain from the Spine Article continues below Neuropathic pain, or neuropathy, is a chronic condition, meaning it does not go away.[]

  • Miyoshi Muscular Dystrophy Type 3

    581 Case 94 A Man with a Bent Spine 584 Case 95 A Man with Muscle Stiffness and Later with Diplopia 588 Case 96 A Woman with Muscle Cramps and Fasciculations 594 Case 97[] “One clinical manifestation in the present case was the inability to stand on tiptoe on the left foot.[] The muscle most severely affected in our group of patients was the gastrocnemius muscle leading to an inability to stand on tiptoes also in patients initially presenting with[]

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