Neuropathy of the feet is a result of damage to the nerves in the feet. This means that the nerves are unable to send signals to the brain. It is most often seen in diabetic patients, but can also be a result of alcoholism and vitamin deficiencies. Neuropathy of the […]
Foot pain: Causes, Symptoms and Diagnosis
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Numbness in your feet and toes can be very dangerous- you may injure yourself and never know it if you don’t check your feet daily. Numbness in feet and toes typically indicates that there is a problem with those nerves that communicate information from them to the brain. There are […]
A leg cramp results from a muscle spasm in the leg. A muscle spasm is when the leg muscle contracts too hard and won’t relax. Typically, a leg cramp will occur in a calf muscle- below and behind the knee, but can also happen in quads, ankles, and even shins. […]
If you are trying to learn how to reduce foot pain from Idiopathic Peripheral Neuropathy then you should know that there are more ways to do it then can be listed in a single article. Idiopathic Peripheral Neuropathy Before you do anything – see a neurologist and orthopedist You always […]
Before we can discuss what sural nerve entrapment is, you really should know what the sural nerve is and what it does. The sural nerve is also referred to as the short saphenous nerve. It is the sensory nerve located in the lower leg. This nerve lies very close to […]
The sural nerve runs down through the center of the calf muscle and is one of five nerves that provide sensation to the foot. It travels down the back of the leg, over the Achilles tendon, and then along the outside of the foot to the end of the little […]