Hello all, Really grateful for any thoughts on my case even though I know it's not a place for diagnosis. I've learnt a lot from the Curable app in past days. I've been suffering with significant knee, foot and back pain which I attribute to a small accident (jump down onto a wooden floor) six months ago. Felt some foot/knee pain soon at the time in one leg, then fine for 24hours at which point I did a yoga class and felt more knee and foot pain and legs "didn't feel right". Quickly got into a panic (prone to health anxiety), sleepless etc that it wouldn't get better and within weeks I was (clinically, not first time) depressed and struggling to work/ function. Burning pain then in both knees and within a month my already temperamental back had started causing me substantial pain-lower and upper. Tried manual therapy, massage, swim daily but limited relief. Currently still away from successful professional career and trying to build back my life- moved to a small town now with less pressure and stress. I'm 31 so want to work to get away from "life is over" type thinking. I definitely do have many of the personality traits including perfectionism, anxiety, some coming out trauma. Normal spine MRI apart from minor scoliosis and facet joints not all moving properly- so some brief relief from osteopathy. Sent to neurologist due to hyperactive reflexes and clonus/tremor (latter probably due to depression medication) but not yet conclusive. Psychiatrist also suggested "somatic element likely" but at least at time i felt "who is he to decide that? my legs are damaged." Over past two months I've had some lower pain days, but with the smallest incident/ overexersion eg a small trip over, walking up stairs too much or getting up awkwardly I can feel "back to square one" and weeks of pain that seems to gradually recede before next flare up. I'm just confused whether there is likely to be a TMS element or just coincidence that I have these (fairly common?) personality attributes. I know I would need to believe it's TMS 100% if any chance of improving but I'm conflicted as there does seem to be a physical element? The thought of doing all activities with my weak and painful legs seems overwhelming/ unlikely to work well. So much talk of 'pacing' in the pain literature which I'm probably following too much. Thanks so much for any advice or observations! Wishing you all the best too with your journeys. A great resource here.