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Possible synonyms
Difficulty with movement
Movement difficulty
Reduced range of motion

The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Difficulty in movement:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to difficulty in movement
Da Fang Feng Tang
Major Ledebouriella Decoction; Major Siler Decoction
Disperses Wind; Eliminates Cold; Moves Qi and Blood; Regulates the circulation of Qi and Blood; Strengthens the sinews and bones; Eliminates Dampness.   Wind-Damp lodging in lower limbs, in particular.  Crane's-knee Wind - one or both knees become swollen, enlarged, and painful accompanied by atrophy above and below the knee (inability to move); Difficulty in movement; Pain, numbness and weakness of legs following dysenteric Wind (dysentery); Walking difficulty.  
Hu Qian Wan (1/2)
Hidden Tiger Pill; Phellodendron and Terrapin Shell Pill
Nourishes Yin; Strengthens the sinews and bones.   Atrophy disorder due to Liver and Kidney Deficiency. There is Heat from Deficiency in these organs, and also Deficiency in their associated substances, Blood and Essence.  Atrophy of the lower limbs; Bone deterioration; Deterioration of the sinews; Difficulty in movement; Sequelae of poliomyelitis; Tuberculosis of the bones (knees); Tuberculosis of the joints (knees); Walking difficulty; Weakness of lower back; Weakness of the knees; Dizziness; Flaccidity of the muscles; Myopathy; Pain in the lower back; Tinnitus; Red tongue; Weak-Fine pulse (Ruo Xi); Weak-Fine-Rapid pulse (Ruo Xi Shu).  
Xiao Huo Luo Dan
Minor Invigorate the Collaterals Special Pill; Myrrh and Aconite Pill; Small Invigorating the Connecting Vessels Pill
Eliminates Cold and Damp from the channels; Moves Blood; Transforms Phlegm; Opens the channels; Unblocks the Channels; Calms pain.   After the onset of Wind-stroke, Dampness, Phlegm, and lifeless Blood obstruct the channels and collaterals. Blood stasis with Cold.  Arthritis; Difficulty in movement; Fixed or erratic pain in the bones and joints; Hemiplegia; Peripheral neuralgia; Weakness of the lower limbs, paresis or paraplegia following cerebrovascular accident; Worsening due to Cold; Pale tongue, moisty-white coating; Slow-Knotted pulse (Chi Jie); Slow-Wiry pulse (Chi Xian).  

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