Can Knee Arthritis Cause Calf Weakness? What is the numbness in the soles of knee arthritis?

time:2022-10-07 11:06:01source:monlittlebaby.com author:Emergency treatment
Can Knee Arthritis Cause Calf Weakness? What is the numbness in the soles of knee arthritis?

Knee arthritis is a disease with a high clinical incidence. The early manifestation is that when you sit up and stand, you suddenly feel sore and uncomfortable in the knee, and the symptoms disappear after walking for a while. In the later stage, as the disease progresses, the pain becomes more severe. It will be difficult to go up and down the stairs, squat or stand up. You must put your hands on the knees to support it. Moreover, after the condition is serious, it will affect the patient's sleep quality, life, and work. Can Knee Arthritis Cause Calf Weakness? Whether the knee joint will cause weakness in the calf, it should be clear which type of people it belongs to. If you are an elderly person who is still very thin and has severe osteoporosis, you should tell the doctor after coming to the clinic that you have arthritis, you cannot walk, your legs are weak, you cannot lift your legs, and you have no strength in your thighs or calves. This is mainly because the patient's muscle strength has been partially or completely lost. If you want to recover, you can take vitamin D, and at the same time, you can take some traditional Chinese medicine to nourish the liver and kidney, and you should get more sunlight. In addition, you can also do rehabilitation training, heat the knee joint, and restore the function of the calf when the calf has heat. What is the numbness in the soles of knee arthritis? Knee arthritis basically does not cause numbness on the soles of the feet, and even if it does, the chances of it happening are extremely low. When there is a problem with the back of the knee joint, the soles of the feet will only have numbness symptoms. At the same time, the symptoms of knee arthritis are dysfunction, pain, and swelling, which become more severe when the patient catches a cold. If there is numbness on the soles of the feet, it is likely to be caused by abnormal sciatic nerve, or problems with the common peroneal nerve and the posterior tibial nerve. Therefore, it can be said that these are two different concepts and belong to different diseases. If you want to know if there is any overlap between knee arthritis and numbness in the soles of the feet, there is basically no overlap in the textbook, and even if there is, there is not too much, and there is very little overlap. It can also be said that it belongs to two diseases. If you want to know which kind it belongs to, you should make a diagnosis in time, and then treat different diseases, so as to promote the recovery of patients as soon as possible. @Medical Union Media @Header Health #Medical Union Media Super Energy Group#
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