Causes of a numb foot include fibromyalgia, diabetes, tarsal tunnel syndrome and peripheral artery disease, states Healthline. Foot numbness typically occurs from nerve damage or a lack of blood supply, which can result ... More » Health Pain & Symptoms

Also known as paresthesia, numbness in the toes has many different potential causes, according to Usually, the numbness is caused by shoes that constrict the foot and compress the nerves. However, injury... More »

High heels and narrow-fitting shoes that squeeze the toes together can cause toe numbness. Women have a higher risk of experiencing toe numbness because high heels can force feet down into the tops of the shoes, which pu... More »

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Numbness can occur in the legs and feet due to fibromyalgia, peripheral artery disease, multiple sclerosis, vitamin B12 deficiency, nerve damage, herniated disc, diabetes or tarsal tunnel syndrome, according to Healthlin... More »

Medical complications, problems with shoes and strenuous exercises are some of the most common causes of foot pain, which, in the case of tarsal tunnel syndrome, is experienced at night, explains the University of Maryla... More » Health Pain & Symptoms

The primary cause of tarsal foot pain or tarsal tunnel syndrome is not yet known, but physicians attribute the condition to swollen varicose veins, complications with diabetes and noncancerous tumors on the tibial nerve,... More » Health Pain & Symptoms

Neuropathy is the most common cause of a burning feet sensation, but athlete's foot and peripheral artery disease are other possible culprits, according to WebMD. Conditions that can cause neuropathy in the feet include ... More »