Category: Nerve pain

Why Can’t I Feel My Feet?

Problems in the proper functioning of the blood vessels, arteries, and nerves that supply your feet and ankles are responsible for the majority of cases of foot numbness, and often the sensation is temporary. You notice this happening when you get up after sitting in one place for a long time and you think that […]

3 Treatments for Foot Neuroma

A common type of foot neuroma is called Morton’s neuroma and the condition is often described as the feeling that you have a pebble in your shoe. The sensation occurs between the third and fourth metatarsal bones and is caused by a thickening of the tissue around a primary nerve that connects the toes to […]

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Causes Nerve Pain

Near the top of your foot by the ankle joint, there is a section of your foot that forms a tunnel that carries the nerves, blood vessels, and other components that make it possible for your foot to move and have feeling. One of the primary nerves that run through this defacto tunnel is called […]

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