Lower Limb or Foot Pain – While leg pain is a common occurrence after an injury, pain may also occur because of medical conditions or non-traumatic reasons. Pain in the legs may be due to injury or inflammation of any of the structures that are found in the leg, including bones, joints, leg muscles, tendons, ligaments, blood vessels, nerves, and skin. Inflammation of tissue is usually the cause of pain. Pain can also radiate from other parts of the body and manifest in the leg. Low back ailments may cause pain and numbness of the leg. Abdominal aorta and iliac artery aneurysms can also present with leg pain. A blood clot in the large veins and arteries located in the abdomen, pelvis, or legs is another cause of leg symptoms. Systemic diseases like diabetes can cause nerve or artery damage that can result in chronic foot pain and leg pain