Nerve Damage/Disorders Causing Pain in the Foot
If you are experiencing a burning sensation or nerve pain in the foot, nerve damage or a nerve disorder is likely the cause. Nerve disorders arise from the compression, or pinching, of a nerve in a confined space. If left untreated, the conditions may progress and result in permanent nerve damage.
Flat feet, varicose veins, arthritic bone spurs, injuries, and even diabetes increase the risk of developing a nerve disorder or damage. Symptoms may include chronic burning or tingling, numbness, and pain or discomfort in the toes, arch, heel, or legs and may be aggravated by prolonged standing, wearing high heels, walking, or exercise. Common conditions associated with nerve disorders or damage include:
For relief from nerve pain in the foot, contact Achilles Foot and Ankle Specialists using the form provided and schedule an appointment.