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SEE THE CAUSE OF THAT PAIN YOU HAVE FROM YOUR KNEE TO YOUR ANKLE WITH REMEDIES

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Leg pain can affect people in any areas. It can appear as pain from knees to ankles, in the foot, in the knee, behind the knee, in the ankle, down the back of your leg, etc. In most cases, those who have pain from their knee to ankle have lower leg pain. Even though your legs are affected the most by your daily activities, you shouldn’t be in pain. Pain in your lower legs may be due to issues with nerves, blood clots, or a number of other potential problems.

Lower Leg Pain Caused by Bones, Joints, and Muscle Problems

Some of the most common causes of pain from knee to ankle are related to injuries of muscles, joints, and bones.

1. Compartment Syndrome

Compartment syndrome or chronic exertional compartment syndrome occurs if you repeatedly engage in exertional or loading activities. It can affect any lower leg compartments, with the anterior compartment most likely to be affected. Pain in the case of compartment syndrome is typically exercise-induced and you will experience relief with rest. It can also be accompanied by numbness or weakness.

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