My Thighs Hurt So I Can’t Walk?
. Excuse me, why are my leg muscles in this thigh stiff. I can’t move my left thigh, I can’t lift my legs and can’t go up the stairs, my legs are like this because of the practice of squatting, what should the treatment be? Please help, thanks
Pain in the thigh as you experience it may be caused by nerve tongs. Pinching nerves can occur in various vertebrae, one of which is in the lumbar region. Pinching nerves in the lumbar region can be affected due to physical activity that is too heavy, for example when lifting heavy objects. Pinching nerves in the lumbar region can cause symptoms such as pain in the legs (can be in the thigh to toe), pain is accompanied by tingling, weakness, and can be accompanied by disruption of urinary tract disability in certain circumstances.
Neural pins require further tests such as blood tests, x-rays, or CT scans. if indeed your condition is caused due to nerve tongs, then usually needed treatment with certain drugs, administration of nerve vitamins, physiotherapy, or surgery may be needed.
But other than that the situation that you experience can also be caused by other causes such as:
tears in the muscle ligaments
broken / cracked femur
Therefore, to determine the cause of the situation that you are experiencing, you should check directly with a neurologist so that your doctor can examine your situation further and provide the right therapy for you.
The following article you can read about nerve tongs
may be useful. thank you