Mm, let's summarise:
* You can bend your knee if you pull with hand but not using the hamstring.
* Walking brings on the pain in the lower leg. After a short rest you can walk again.
* Standing also gives you pain in the leg.
* Your doctor thinks it's knee arthritis, your chiropractor says it "could be" a pinched nerve. What did your PT think?
* NSAIDs don't help, but a hot bath does.
I need more info:
1. If you bend forwards, is one leg much tighter, tingly, painful than the other?
2. If you bend backwards and sideways, don't it hurt anywhere?
3. Does the Slump Test for sciatica
give you pain in the leg?
4. Ask one of your doctors to check if the Posterior tibial pulse and the Dorsalis Pedis pulses are present. Are you a smoker?
Frankly I'm unsure. Let me know the answers to these questions. Keep to the same thread please.
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