What’s That Sharp Pain in my Foot?

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Foot Pain

Nerve pain in the foot is a common problem. There may be burning foot pain, tinging, numbness or weakness. Symptoms may be confined to the foot however they often affect the leg too.

Nerve pain in the foot is typically caused by damage to the nerve somewhere along its path from the spine down to the foot. Dr. Sherman Nagler Houston Podiatrist, Will help your burning foot problems.

This is usually either from an injury to the back, leg or foot, an underlying medical condition or a side effect of medication.

Nerves are responsible for carrying messages telling muscles how and when to work, providing information on different sensations such as hot and cold and controlling various bodily functions.

Damage anywhere along the course of a nerve affects its ability to carry these messages and can cause nerve pain in foot, also be known as a foot neuropathy or neuropathic pain.

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