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Relieve Tingling Pain And Numbness In Your Feet Due To Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

The tarsal tunnel is a narrow space on the inside of the ankle, surrounded by bones and soft tissues. Within this tunnel runs the tibial nerve, which branches off into smaller nerves. These smaller nerves provide sensation to the bottom of the foot. When this nerve becomes compressed or damaged, it can result in painful symptoms such as tingling, numbness, and sharp or burning sensations in the foot.

At Neuragenex, we understand the impact of tarsal tunnel syndrome pain on a person’s daily life. Our treatment protocol uses a Neurofunctional Pain Management approach designed to provide long-lasting relief by targeting the neurological factors contributing to your pain. The following are some of the common symptoms caused by tarsal tunnel syndrome and how our Neuragenex protocol can help:

  • Experiencing weakness in foot muscles
  • Tingling or burning sensations
  • Stabbing pain
  • Improving strength and vitality in foot muscles
  • Developing normal sensations
  • Doing activities without worry of pain

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What Causes Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Pain?

The tibial nerve compression that leads to tarsal tunnel syndrome pain can occur for various reasons. The following are some of the most common causes:

 

Anomaly In The Anatomy

Anomalies in the anatomy refer to any irregularities in the soft tissues or bones surrounding the tarsal tunnel. This can include extra bone growth, cysts, or tendon sheath inflammation. Such anomalies can put pressure on the tibial nerve, leading to pain and discomfort.

 

Trauma Or Injury

Any trauma or injury to the foot or ankle, such as a fracture or sprain, can cause swelling and inflammation, which can put pressure on the tibial nerve, leading to tarsal tunnel syndrome pain.

 

Tumors

A tumor is an abnormal growth of cells that can develop in any part of the body. In rare cases, a tumor can develop near the tarsal tunnel and put pressure on the tibial nerve, causing pain and discomfort.

 

Foot Deformities

Foot deformities, which can include flat feet or high arches, can also contribute to tarsal tunnel syndrome pain. These conditions cause the foot to be positioned in a way that puts pressure on the tibial nerve. Such deformities are relatively common. People who have flat feet or high arches are born with them.

 

Swelling

Ankle swelling is a condition where there is an abnormal accumulation of fluid in the ankle joint or surrounding tissues, leading to enlargement and discomfort. Swelling in the ankles can put pressure on the tibial nerve, causing tarsal tunnel syndrome pain. There are a lot of different causes of ankle swelling, such as arthritis, injury, or pregnancy.

 

Systemic Diseases

A systemic disease is a medical condition that affects the whole body or multiple organ systems. Some examples of systemic diseases that can contribute to tarsal tunnel syndrome pain are diabetes, hypothyroidism, and rheumatoid arthritis. These conditions can cause nerve damage or inflammation, leading to tibial nerve compression.

 

Overpronation

Overpronation is a foot condition where the feet roll inward too much when running or walking, causing an excessive amount of pressure on the tibial nerve. This can lead to tarsal tunnel syndrome pain.

 

Repetitive Stress

Repetitive stress injuries, which are caused by activities that involve repeated impact on the feet, can cause inflammation and pressure on the tibial nerve, leading to tarsal tunnel syndrome pain.

The Neuragenex Protocol For Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Pain

As mentioned above, Neuragenex’s treatment protocol focuses on targeting the neurological factors that contribute to tarsal tunnel syndrome pain. Our treatments can help target the nerves and soft tissues in the tarsal tunnel, reducing inflammation and promoting healing. We offer a combination of drug-free, non-invasive, non-surgical treatment modalities to effectively and safely manage your symptoms. Some of these include:

 

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