Q What are the signs of a pinched nerve?
A pinched nerve is another term for nerve that has excessive pressure placed on it. When this condition develops in the foot, it can bring a great deal of discomfort. The signs of a pinched nerve include tingling and numbness in the ball of your foot, burning in the ball of your foot, swelling and pain between your toes, and pain in the forefoot or ball of the foot when weight is placed on the foot. Most commonly, we hear our patients complain of pain in their toes while walking.
Foot pain is a warning sign that something is wrong and should be addressed. If you are experiencing these symptoms, we encourage you to contact our office at the very start. A neuroma can get worse and greatly impact your activity level and quality of life if left untreated. We have several conservative treatment options to help alleviate your discomfort—contact our Palm Desert, CA office today for an accurate diagnosis and a treatment plan that will get rid of your pain. Call (760) 568-0108, or request an appointment online.