Leg Pain

RehabOne Medical Group -  - Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

RehabOne Medical Group

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation located in Los Gatos, San Jose, Gilroy, & Salinas, CA

Although your legs support the majority of your weight and day-to-day life, they shouldn’t be in pain. Because of the heavy load they carry, even minor leg pain is uncomfortable and can severely alter your mood. The experienced pain experts at RehabOne Medical Group in Los Gatos, San Jose, Gilroy, and Salinas, California, understand how debilitating leg pain can be. They offer a wide range of diagnostic and treatment services to help alleviate your leg pain. Call RehabOne Medical Group to get relief from your leg pain today.

Leg Pain Q & A

Why do your legs hurt?

Most leg pain is the result of overuse or sudden injury. Leg pain is also caused by blood clots, poor circulation, and other abnormal conditions of your blood vessels. Pain from these chronic issues is harder to cure, but it can be managed with a combination of physical therapy and lifestyle changes. 

The type of leg pain you have depends on the cause of your pain. Common types of leg pain include:

Musculoskeletal pain

If a muscle, tendon, or ligament is strained by a fall or some other injury, you’ll experience musculoskeletal pain. Trauma, wear and tear, and repetitive movements all cause this type of leg pain.

Vascular pain

Vascular diseases or injuries that affect your circulation or interrupt blood flow to certain areas cause this type of leg pain. Examples of vascular pain include deep vein thrombosis, varicose veins, and cellulitis.

Neurological pain

Neurological pain can affect you even when you’re resting, and is caused by nerve damage. Examples include restless leg syndrome and sciatic nerve pain.

Certain types of leg pain, like sciatic leg pain, are severe and immobilizing. But even mild leg pain is uncomfortable and can affect your daily mood. If you’re experiencing leg pain, talk to a specialist at RehabOne Medical Group.

How do you diagnose leg pain?

RehabOne Medical Group starts every treatment with a physical examination where a specialist takes your medical history and discusses your symptoms in detail. 

This allows your specialist to develop a treatment plan that addresses these specific issues.

How do you treat leg pain?

For mild leg pain, your specialist may suggest a combination of rehabilitative therapies. The practice’s active rehabilitation program pairs you with an exercise specialist who works with you during bi-weekly appointments. 

During your session, your exercise specialist guides you through exercises that address your pain symptoms, strengthen your leg, and improve the endurance of targeted muscles. They also teach you additional exercises to do at home.

If your pain is severe, the practice offers trigger-point injection therapy to relieve pain and chiropractic care to correct any musculoskeletal issues that cause it. 

RehabOne Medical Group also offers acupuncture, myofascial massage, and yoga, which work to strengthen your legs and relieve the pressure points that cause your pain. 

To get treatment for your leg pain, call RehabOne Medical Group to make an appointment today.