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Leg pain

When i was in the US army my right foot and ankle was forced down on a track. My toes was only thing was down on the track when my foot was stepped on by a 160 plus pound person. After i was stepped on i fell to my right on my right foot. The army went from stress fractures to shin splunts in my medical history to compartment syndrom to va saying nerophia. Cold, vibrations, standing and walking along with pressure around my thigh just little above the knee on back side hurts. Hot water and deep tissue massage works little to ease pain.i have done pain management by changing out shoes every 3 months and strecthing. I even walk till my leg can go no more. Not sure what is wrong but want to be pain free.
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  • SavageSavage United StatesPosts: 7,385
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