Lower Leg Pain

lower leg pain

Injuries to the lower leg can be acute (sudden onset) or chronic (gradual onset). Lower leg pain includes shin, calf, ankle & achilles pain.

Select the type or location of your lower leg pain:

Calf pain

These occur at the back of the lower leg and can be sudden onset (acute) or occur gradually over time (chronic).

Shin pain

Pain in the shin is usually of gradual onset and can be difficult to get rid of.

Read more on shin pain.

Ankle & Achilles pain

Rehabilitation programs & exercises

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