Foot and ankle related pain can be due ligament sprains, arthritis, and very commonly peripheral neuropathy. Peripheral neuropathy can occur when there is damage to the nerves in the feet, which can lead to numbness, tingling, pain, and sometimes weakness. This can also be felt in the hands in some people. This can be due to trauma, infections, different metabolic problems, with one of the most common reasons being diabetes. Unfortunately, it can lead not only to severe pain, but also decreased ability to walk properly.
At Capital Interventional Pain & Spine Center, we will perform a full physical exam to get to the root of your pain. There are a variety of treatment options for these conditions that can cause foot pain, and we will work together to decrease this pain and improve your function. These treatments can vary from focused physical therapy, non-opioid medication management, image-guided injections, regenerative treatments, and minimally invasive surgery. Some of the more common reasons for foot pain that we treat are listed below.
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- Plantar Fasciitis
- Morton’s Neuroma
- Peripheral Neuropathy
- Pain after Foot Surgery
- Sports Injury