Burning pain in the feet is generally caused by neuropathy from diabetes or alcohol abuse, but it can also be due to hypothyroidism, Lyme disease, chronic kidney disease, vitamin deficiency, erythromelalgia, vasculitis a... More »

The most common cause of burning in the feet is neuropathy. Neuropathy occurs when damaged nerve fibers misfire or become overactive. When this happens, the damaged nerves send out signals to the brain to tell it that th... More »

Neuropathy, or nerve damage, is a common cause of a burning sensation in the feet, according to WebMD. Neuropathy can be the result of a number of underlying conditions, including diabetes, kidney disease, lyme disease a... More »

Neuropathic foot pain may be reduced by soaking feet in warm water, good foot health care, adequate exercise, and controlling contributing conditions such as diabetes, diet, and smoking. Neuropathic foot pain has many ca... More »

Some examples of immune disorders include multiple sclerosis, Type 1 diabetes mellitus, inflammatory bowel disease, lupus, Guillain-Barre syndrome, vasculitis, Hashimoto's thyroiditis and Grave's disease, according to We... More »

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Over-the-counter oral pain relievers, topical pain relievers, supplements and vitamins treat neuropathy in the feet, according to WebMD. Those with serious neuropathy pain can get prescription pain relievers, which offer... More »

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Peripheral neuropathy is often caused by generalized diseases such as diabetes, kidney disorders, vitamin deficiencies and hypothyroidism, explains Mayo Clinic. Other causes of peripheral neuropathy include injury, sever... More »

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