Tarsal tunnel syndrome happens when the tibial nerve is compressed as it travels through the tarsal tunnel, resulting in numbness, pain, and the feeling of neuropathy. There are many reasons why this condition happens, including having a flatter foot, fractures, bone spurs, or bony lesions.

When it comes to treatment, there are several options, each differing in severity. To find out what works best for you, visit your local podiatrist. To learn more, watch this insightful video from Dr. Tanno Kaur of Greater Washington Advanced Podiatry. Welcome back to Podiatry in Minutes!

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