Tarsal tunnel syndrome (TTS) delivers a tingling sensation, swelling, numbness or pain in the foot. It can be felt from the ankle to the heel until it spreads out in the sole.
This condition develops when the nerves around the ankles, called tibial nerves, become compressed because the foot’s tarsal tunnel has a narrowed passageway. The narrowing of the tarsal tunnel happens due to repeated and consistent pressure.
The pain and discomfort of Tarsal Tunnel syndrome may initially be gradual, according to our foot doctors. However, the problem eventually worsens, especially if it remains untreated.
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