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A burning pain on the top of the leg commonly occurs due to a damaged nerve. Diabetes is a common cause for a damaged nerve, but there are also other health conditions that can cause it. Treatment usually focuses on trea... More »

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Severe pain on the top of the foot often results from stress fractures or metatarsal fractures, explains FootVitals. Common causes for fractures include repetitive movements, weak muscles, arthritis and injury. More »

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Persistent burning pain at the top of the foot may be caused by a variety of conditions and is treated based on the underlying medical condition. Peripheral neuropathy or nerve damage is usually treated symptomatically, ... More »

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Causes of shooting pain down the leg include a damaged nerve or herniated spinal disc, notes Cleveland Clinic. This pain, also called radiculopathy, can be sharp, recurring and regular, or irregular. More »

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Leg and foot pain can be caused by a number of different issues, according to WebMD. Some common explanations for leg pain include muscle cramps, shin splints, broken bones, a sprained ankle or knee, torn tendons or musc... More »

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Upper leg pain is not usually caused by a person's foot. In patients who suffer from fallen arches (otherwise known as flat feet), pain can radiate to the lower leg but typically not to the upper leg, according to Health... More »

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Treatment for pain in the top of the foot includes oral anti-inflammatory medication, cortisone injections and stretching the calf muscles to increase mobility, according to the American Health Network. Functional orthot... More »

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