This is the medical term for an arterial vessel (or artery). The two most common is the femoral artery and the sciatic artery. Both of these are in the legs and are a part of the leg-lowering system.
The femoral artery, which feeds the entire leg, comes from the groin. That’s where all the muscles and veins of the leg are stored. The sciatic artery, which supplies the lower back, comes from the hip and is a very important artery for the sciatic nerve. It’s also one of the main arteries for the legs and is an important source of blood for the lower back.
The femoral artery is the main artery which feeds the lower leg and the sciatic nerve. It is also one of the most common arteries for the legs, so that is why it is a large artery. The sciatic artery is very important because it supplies the lower back and the buttock. These two arteries in the leg-lowering system are the only arteries which can be damaged.
I always get a little freaked out when I hear this, because it’s a medical term that refers to the sciatic nerve. In fact, it is the sciatic nerve which is the “artery of pain” in the lower back in most people. The sciatic nerve is the main nerve which controls the leg muscles and is responsible for walking.
It is the sciatic nerve which is the artery of pain in the lower back in most people. The sciatic nerve is the main nerve which controls the leg muscles and is responsible for walking. The sciatic nerve is so important that the American Medical Association and The Joint Commission have recently released a statement to help doctors better understand it.
While it’s not a very common problem, there are several things that can happen to the sciatic nerve which can often result in back pain.
While walking, this nerve can be compressed. Compression of the sciatic nerve can result in a condition called tarsal tunnel syndrome. Tarsal tunnel syndrome is usually caused by a fall onto the tibia of the foot. Tarsal tunnel syndrome is most often a result of a bone spur pressing on the nerve and making it constrict.
This is where I’d put arteri in the medical term list. While most of the time the sciatic nerve is not overly stressed during walking, if it is, it can cause a very painful condition known as tarsal tunnel syndrome. Tarsal tunnel syndrome can cause severe pain in the lower leg which can take away from a person’s ability to walk on their own. Tarsal tunnel syndrome is a painful nerve condition that can be caused by bone spurs.
Tarsal tunnel syndrome is the most common nerve condition that can interfere with a patient’s ability to walk. Tarsal tunnel syndrome is usually a symptom of a bone spur, so if you are one of the unlucky ones who suffers from it, you may have it in your lower back as well. In this case you can be experiencing back pain as your leg is still moving. It can happen to anyone with bone spurs, but it’s more common in the elderly.
Tarsal tunnel syndrome is basically a pain that doesn’t usually bother you, but it can be debilitating. Its most common symptoms are pain in the back of the foot, with a loss of feeling in the toes and toes of the foot, and a feeling of numbness or tingling in the arch of the foot. There can also be weakness in the leg and a loss of muscle strength in the back of the leg. There can be weakness in the calf muscles as well.