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Pain in legs and feet, freezing feeling. History of chronic back pain, mild spondylosis. Recommendations?

Hi...ive been having pain in my legs and feet...including my toes.... my feet feel like they are freezing but not gold to touch... I have a history of chronic back pain and was diagnosed with mild spondylosis.... can this leg..feet..and toe pain be related to my back? I've also been diagnosed with RLS...but this is different as in very painful not just irritating
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
As yoy have spondilitis of lumbo sacral region, it is possible that you might be having Sciatica giving rise to pain in lower limbs and feet.
Due to stretching of nerve passing through vertebrae give rise to pain.
Rule out diabetes as well.
Go for back extension exercise and other physiotherapy.
Do not lift heavy weight and avoid bend at back.
Take B.complex supplements and calcium.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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