Joseph Magnant, MD, FACS, RPVI Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) or Willis-Eckbom Disease is a neurological disorder in which the person who suffers from it has a constant urge to move their legs. RLS most strongly affects people during times of inactivity, and can make it extremely difficult for a person to relax, rest, or sleep. While RLS can appear in a person at any age, it is considered both a progressive disease and a spectrum disease. RLS symptoms can either become worse over time or better,...