Lower leg muscles may seem like a pain-free activity, but there’s a chance they could make it worse if you don’t take care of them properly.
That’s because a lower leg injury is a major cause of knee and hip pain, and there’s not much you can do about it.
In a new study, researchers found that a group of patients with low back pain were more likely to suffer a severe injury that led to a loss of strength in the upper legs.
If you suffer from back pain, you probably know someone who has suffered a severe back injury, and they’ve probably told you that their pain is gone.
That pain, however, can still be a cause of problems for those with lower back pain.
A low back injury that causes a loss in strength in a muscle group called the hamstrings may also contribute to low back problems.
The study, published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, looked at the effects of chronic, low-impact back injuries in 461 people with back pain from the knee down.
Researchers found that the majority of the people with lower-back pain had at least one lower leg injured.
The researchers also found that people with low-back problems were more than twice as likely to have a significant loss in muscle strength in their upper limbs.
They also found higher rates of pain in the lower leg were associated with higher levels of lower-limb weakness.
This study is a reminder that the muscles you use to perform all the basic tasks of everyday life are the ones that give you pain.
And because of that, it’s important to take care with your lower leg exercises.
It’s important that you get a lot of rest, because the muscles that give your lower legs pain are those that control your balance and coordination.
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