When you suffer from nerve pain, mobility is difficult. Damage to the nerves in your feet cause intense burning-pain, numbness and tingling, unusual sensations, and loss of balance. Nerve pain is brought on by reasons such as arthritis, trauma, pressure on the nerves, cancer treatment and diabetes. Individuals who suffer from foot nerve pain should avoid wearing tight fitting shoes and should regularly see a specialist in order to help manage pain and prevent worsening symptoms from occurring.
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Nerve damage is generally spoken of as a complication of diabetes but can also result from an injury. When [read more]