Tingly Feet

Do you ever experience a tingling sensation in your feet that seems out of the ordinary? While it may seem like a minor inconvenience, tingly feet could actually be an early sign of nerve loss. The nerves in your feet come from your lower back, and any pressure or chemical change in these nerves can cause an abnormal sensation.

In addition to tingling, you may also experience numbness or the feeling that your feet are “falling asleep.” A burning sensation in the feet is another common symptom of nerve loss. While there are many potential causes of tingly feet, one of the most prevalent is diabetes.

Diabetes is a medical condition that affects the body’s ability to process glucose, which can lead to high blood sugar levels. Over time, high blood sugar can damage nerves in the feet and other parts of the body, leading to the sensation of tingly or numb feet.

If you’re experiencing tingly feet, it’s important to seek a thorough evaluation from a foot and ankle surgeon to determine the underlying cause. In some cases, simple remedies like changing your shoes or losing weight can help alleviate the symptoms. In other cases, treatment may involve medication or even surgery.

One foot and ankle surgeon who specializes in treating nerve-related conditions is Dr. Gilbert Huang DPM. Dr. Huang has extensive experience diagnosing and treating tingly feet and other nerve-related conditions. He takes a patient-focused approach and offers individualized treatment plans to achieve the best possible outcomes.

Don’t ignore tingly feet or dismiss them as a minor inconvenience. Paying attention to these early warning signs can help prevent more serious neurologic or vascular problems down the line. If you’re experiencing tingly feet or any other abnormal foot sensations, don’t hesitate to schedule an evaluation with Dr. Huang or another qualified foot and ankle surgeon today.

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