Pain in arch/TTS?


I had my NVC test 3 weeks ago, it showed no neuropathy or TTS. Hmmm....I wonder.

Have persistant pain in instep and arch area of left foot. Only when walking, not at rest. If I pivot or flex my foot in a certain way I can trigger the burning nerve pain. Is this indicative of TTS? Or something else. Also, had to give up the gentle stretching I did, which was slowly pulling toes back and holding. This produced much worse pain the following days. If this is TTS, does this cause the nerve within the tunnle to be "pulled" on causing more painful symptoms?

Previously had P.F. for several months. Hopefully it is resolved. Been seen by POD for 4 months now, then referred on to neurologist for NCV.

Thanks in advance for your response.

Posted By Melanie on September 28, 2004 at 19:21:28:

Worn daily for a few minutes to several hours, the night splint, over time has been clinically proven to reduce the pain and discomfort of plantar fasciitis and other overuse injuries of the lower leg.

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