Dr. Crane Describes Numbness in Feet
Do you have numbness, burning, or tingling in your feet? Has this been going on for years or just a few weeks? Do your feet feel like dead pieces of wood some days yet fine other days? People have nerve problems in their feet for many reasons ranging from a pinched nerve in the lower back called Lumbar Radiculopathy to a pinched nerve on the outside of the knee called Common Peroneal Neuritis. You could even have Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome or Morton’s Neuroma, a localized compression in-between your toes. Just to keep everything complicated, you also could have Peripheral Neuropathy, a nerve problem caused by Diabetes, B12 deficiency, chemotherapy, or excessive drinking. Many things can cause numbness, burning, or tingling in your feet, and we recommend that you make an appointment at Foot and Ankle Associates of North Texas so we can take a look. We will find the root of the problem and begin treatment right away. Call us at 817-416-6155. Your feet will be glad you did!
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