I had an injury on my thoracic spine two years ago. Now my lumbar and cervical spine also have problems.
Right now, my legs would be painful after I stand up from prolonged sitting. When I stand up, I would feel leg muscle are tight, and walking would be painful. The position of pain are never the same and they are not symmetrical, which makes walking awkward. When it was bad, calves would feel very tight. Squatting was uncomfortable because of the tightness of calves.
I then discovered the chair matters. If I sit on anti-gravity chair where the pressure is more evenly distributed, there is no leg pain after standing up. But I can't sit on an anti-gravity chair and work on my computer. Right now, I have my normal task chair lowered, which means my feet are firmly planted on the ground, so the pain is not as severe when the chair was higher and the thighs were more compressed.
I've researched on the possible causes of my leg pain, and I can't find anything similar. I might have Parkinson disease because of other suspicious symptoms, although there is no diagnosis yet.
Do you think my leg pain is caused by spinal problems, Parkinson disease or both?