My r/h sensoredock is sore constantly.
My r/h thigh is numb.
My r/h calf (outer)and shin have a burning sensation.
All the above are made worse when walking and it is almost unbearable if I carry any weight.
The above has occured after being treated by a physio for a strained back. The phisio improved the back but on the last visit she used her elbow to masage the tendons in the sensoredock and I felt a sharp pain, the above symptoms have followed.
My work entails a lot of walking and I am unable to walk for more than 20min.Cycling has very little negative effect on the pain.
I had Shurumans cyndrome as a teenager,I'm now 39.

Posted By Gaeren Wilkinson on June 07, 2005 at 08:54:39:

In Reply to: cyatica nerve pain posted by dkm on June 09, 2004 at 11:15:26:

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