Start any rehabilitation program for your body with rest, until the pain and swelling are reduced. Ice three times a day for 20 minutes with an ice pack you can make at home.
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Tarsal tunnel syndrome is a compression neuropathy of the posterior tibial nerve as it passes under the flexor retinaculum in the medial ankle; a region commonly known as “the tarsal tunnel.”
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Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome - Symptoms, Causes, Treatment & Exercises
Tarsal tunnel syndrome is caused by entrapment of the posterior tibial nerve on the inside of the ankle. It is often caused by overpronation of the foot and sometimes mistaken for plantar fasciitis