Numbness In Feet

Various conditions causing numbness of feet are nerve compression, diabetic neuropathy, vasculitis, frostbite, sitting on legs for more extended periods with pressure on the nerves and blood vessels leading to temporary feet numbness, multiple sclerosis, peripheral artery disease, sciatica, alcoholism, stroke, and fibromyalgia. Numbness is usually associated with tingling, ticking, or pricking sensations.

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Are neck pain and toe numbness after tailbone injury serious?

Query: Hi doctor, My 12-year-old daughter was walking with her dog tonight at 8 pm. The dog saw a cat and it pulled my daughter to the ground. My daughter got a hit in her tailbone. Now she is having pain in the neck and toes with numbness and tingling. Is this something to be concerned? Can it escalate i...  Read Full »


Mohammed Wajid

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. There is nothing to be worried about your daughter. It is just a minor jerk. As she is 12 years old, her weak muscles cause pain in her. You can give a tablet Aceclofenac with Paracetamol for three days. You can also give Paracetamol syrup twice a day for three days...  Read Full »

How to manage back pain that started after playing Foosball?

Query: Hello doctor, I have a back pain. It just started while I was playing Foosball. The pain goes down to my left thigh, hamstring area, towards the left side of the left knee and to the ankle. I have also got twinging and numb little toe finger on my left foot. I am only applying Volini ointment ...  Read Full »


Sreenivasa Rao

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I read your concern. I would suggest you get an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) done of your low back. As your complaints are suggestive of disc involvement, I would like to rule that out. I would like to know further details like pain character and movements tha...  Read Full »

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