Ok, so if you experience an actual physical injury (I pulled my hamstring, heard it pop, when I was eighteen) and have had chronic pain in my left leg ever since (10+ years) with many strange symptoms occurring from the buttock to the toes, including nerve and tendon pain, burning tightness, knee pain, etc. At the time of the injury, I saw no doctors, did no resting or physical therapy and just ignored it. I didn't know any better. I was a huge partier at the time (addiction) and cannot even remember how badly it hurt or how it felt in the following weeks. Perhaps it wasn't that bad, but the sound of when I popped it forever haunts me, and Google tells me this sort of injury can in fact cause chronic symptoms if left untreated. I began to notice pain and symptoms a couple months later and a feeling of something being very "wrong" with the injured leg - a very structural feeling. Could this chronic pain be due to structural damage and tissue damage, or could this in fact be TMS? Is the fact that I did not properly care for acute injury a reason that there would still be trouble to this day? I read a lot on here that that pain starts where there is no injury and that that is very TMSy (I have had that experience with neck pain and many other equivalents) but this old injury is really throwing me for a loop and creating much doubt. I will be seeing my TMS doctor soon to potentially get imaging done on the area, but in the meantime, I am quite struggling and would love some feedback and advice. Thank you.