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To be able to move a foot, we have fortunately muscles that can move the foot. However, it is also important that the foot muscles are controlled. The foot muscles are controlled by nerves. The nerves ensure that there is a signal to the muscles through which the foot can be moved in the direction that you want.
A tarsal tunnel syndrome is the tightness of the foot nerve. In this case it is the nerve tibialis. In a tarsal tunnel syndrome, there is a tightness of the tibial nerve that causes complaints in the foot, sole, toes and heel. The nerve runs within the foot, just behind the Achilles tendon. The nerve runs through the tarsal tunnel, through this tunnel blood vessels, tendons and nerves.
In a tarsal tunnel syndrome, it is the nerve that is trapped in the tunnel.
The tarsal tunnel syndrome is caused by pressure (compression) on the nerve. The compression can occur in several ways, for example due to a swelling, swelling or thickening of the foot. The compression irritates the nerve and causes pain in the foot.
Multiple treatment methods are possible. For example, conservative treatments are possible for resolving a tarsal tunnel syndrome. If necessary, consulting a physiotherapist can do a lot. The pain can also be relieved if adjustment takes place in the shoes. Or use a splint, brace or crutches.
Should this all not work, then an operative treatment is also possible.
The ProBrace can provide you with advice for a Tarsal tunnel syndrome. The next brace ProBrace can advise you. The brace is provided with a lace and a band. The belt creates a setting option to fix the ankle in the right way.