Symptom: Limited Range Of Motion

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Limited Range Of Motion

A limited range of motion occurs when muscle movement is restricted, thereby limited physical activity.

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I try not to think about that... I used to be able to put both feet behind my head at the same time and walk on my hands. Now I am lucky to get my foot close enough to my eyes to trim my toe nails. Let's leave it at I've lost a helluva lot, eh?1/19/2013 at 03:15 AM
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more so in my left arm / I also feel cold .12/3/2012 at 03:02 PM
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Always there. Trying to do too much. Nothing prior to dx. and everything went out the window. Sinile osteoporosis, active spondylosis, active spondylythesis. entire life and world changed in 2004.4/30/2012 at 12:29 PM
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very limited movement in hips8/29/2011 at 05:34 PM
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aatrapezious area has limited motionn8/2/2011 at 12:50 PM
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