One of the most common foot conditions is a neuroma, which is a pinched nerve in the ball of the foot. They often start with an unusual intermittent pain in the ball of your foot that can include numbness, tingling into the toes, burning, muscle spasms, or the feeling that your “sock is bunched-up” orRead more
Peripheral neuropathy is a condition in which nerve damage in the feet or hands leads to weakness, tingling, and numbness. When the peripheral nerves can’t relay signals to the brain, this can cause pain, usually a pins-and-needles or burning feeling, leading to a partial or total loss of sensation. Other related issues may also arise. You may not notice an injury such as a break in the skin on your foot until infection has set in. Or you may begin having issues with balance and suffer a bad fall. Peripheral neuropathy is more than just damaged nerves and it can affect your sleep and your lifestyle.