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WALKING DIFFICULTY


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Walking difficulty:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to walking difficulty
Feng Shi Pian
Wind-Dampness Tablet; Wind and Dampness Relief Tablet
Disperses Wind-Damp; Eliminates Cold.   Wind-Cold-Damp affecting the skin, muscles and joints.  Acute articular rheumatism (exterior condition); Chronic joint pain due to trauma; Numbness; Stiffness; Difficulty in movement; Painful arms; Painful legs; Walking difficulty; Pale tongue, white coating; Floating-Slippery pulse (Fu Hua); Floating-Tight pulse (Fu Jin).  
 
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.  
 
Shi Wei Cuo San
Ten-Ingredient Powder
Tonifies Qi and Blood; Warms the Kidneys; Disperses Cold, Damp and Wind.   Painful obstruction due to Wind-Cold-Damp, associated with Qi and Yang Deficiency.  Hip periarthritis; Joint pain; Pain in the lower back; Painful muscles; Rheumatism; Shoulder scapulohumeral periarthritis; Difficulty in movement; Fatigue; Generalized pain; Gout; Numbness of the limbs; Walking difficulty; Weakness of the limbs; Worsening on exertion; Weak pulse (Ruo); Weak-Fine pulse (Ruo Xi).  
 

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