Common Nerve Problems of the Foot

When we experience pain or discomfort in our feet, we usually think of joints, tendons, and muscles as the source. However, nerves can also pose problems and can cause painful conditions as well. Below are some of the most common nerve conditions of the foot that are treated by podiatrists.

Unlike other podiatric conditions that resolve over time, nerve problems usually require proper treatment by an experienced podiatrist in order to completely eradicate the problem. Dr. Gabriel Maislos at Houston Foot & Ankle Care is a skilled, board-certified podiatrist who has helped patients all over the Southwest Houston area with their nerve-related conditions. Dr. Maislos also treats conditions such as diabetic foot problems, ankle instability, bunions, and toenail fungus. If you are looking for an attentive, patient, and qualified podiatrist, look no further! Please contact us or call us at (713) 541-3199 to schedule an appointment today!

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