Stephen J. Schueler, M.D.

Overview Underlying Cause

Pain in One Leg (below the knee) Overview

Another name for Pain in One Leg (below the knee) is Calf Pain (unilateral).

What is calf pain (unilateral)?
A person with calf pain has discomfort in the structures of the lower leg. Calf pain may be caused by an injury, irritation or inflammation of the skin, muscles, bones or joints in the lower leg. Common causes include leg contusion, muscle strain and skin infections.

What are the symptoms of calf pain (unilateral)?
Symptoms of calf pain (unilateral) depend on the underlying cause.

How does the doctor treat calf pain (unilateral)?
Treatment for calf pain (unilateral) depends on the underlying cause.

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