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Lower Leg Pain- Differential Diagnosis for Clinicians

Lower leg pain is frequently the result of medial tibial stress syndrome, but there are other pathologies that can cause lower leg pain that the clinician should be aware of to make sure the patient gets appropriate referral and/or treatment to match their condition. This resource briefly summarizes differences in presentation between different common lower leg pain conditions that the clinician may identify in the athlete with lower leg pain.

Tech specs: Digital download. 1 page. 8.5 x 11 inches. PDF format. 4.8 MB.

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