Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome - What is it?
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome is medical condition in which the inside of your ankle has pain due to a compressed nerve.
Tarsal tunnel syndrome usually develops as a result of a prior ankle injury. But can also be a result of poor biomechanics of the foot and ankle.
Symptoms may include burning pain at the sole of the foot that's worse when standing or during activity.
Other symptoms include numbness or tingling at the base of the foot.
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome - Common treatments?
Treatment includes avoiding certain activities.
It may also include orthotics and anti-inflammatory medication.
In rare cases, steroid injections can reduce inflammation.