Do you feel a pain along the inner leg behind the ankle bone? If so, this problem could be Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome, which can produce pain similar to Plantar Fasciitis. As a result, we assist patients by addressing common questions on Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome.
What are the causes of Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome?
Is Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome a disability?
What type of treatments are offered for Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome?
How much time does it take for Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome to fully heal?
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome is caused by an entrapment of the tibial nerve that runs through a groove on the inside of the ankle. A common symptom of Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome is a pain along the inner leg behind the ankle bone. It causes pain with burning and tingling on the sole of the foot. Usually pain increases as the day goes on and resolves with rest.
How should you handle Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome? As a recommendation, we caution against self-treatment. We can help with a team of Canadian Certified Pedorthists at Elio’s Foot Comfort Centre. Book an appointment with a Pedorthist who will conduct a comprehensive assessment of your feet and lower limbs to determine the cause of your pain. The Pedorthist will design an individualized treatment program for you.
Ask about Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Treatments at Elio’s in Niagara.