Tarsal tunnel syndrome
Symptoms include unilateral pain, numbness, burning, and tingling in the sole of the foot. Additionally, patients may experience pain in the distal foot, toes, and sometimes the heel. Often, the pain can radiate up to the calf. Pain is typically worse after long periods of standing and improves with rest and elevation. Pain is typically worse at night.
G57.50 – Tarsal tunnel syndrome, unspecified lower limb
47374004 – Tarsal tunnel syndrome
Differential Diagnosis & Pitfalls