Restless leg syndrome is a common disorder of the nervous system that causes an urge to move the legs.
Restless leg syndrome is a condition marked by unpleasant leg sensations while resting.
Symptoms of restless leg syndrome are aching and an urge to move the lower extremities.
The etiology of restless leg syndrome is unknown in most individuals, but many conditions have been associated with it.
Restless leg syndrome is a common cause of painful legs. The leg pain of this syndrome usually improves when moving the legs, and therefore the pain becomes more noticeable at rest.
Symptoms of restless leg syndrome typically worsen during the early evening or later in the night; which can lead to insomnia.
Restless leg syndrome has also been termed shaking leg syndrome. Nighttime involuntary jerking of the legs during sleep are also known as periodic leg/limb movement disorder.
Treatment of restless leg syndrome is directed toward treating any underlying illness, if known.
Our experience with Restless Leg Syndrome is to help relieve leg pain as much as possible.
Proper-fitting orthotics will help ease most aches and pains for your legs.