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What causes nerve pain in your foot? what stops it and will it cause me to not be able to work?

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Dr. Eric Lullove answered

Specializes in Podiatry

Neuritis: Nerve pain or numbness or burning is a common symptom associated with entrapment of a peripheral nerve in the foot. It is not debilitating, but very annoying. See your local podiatrist, an injection may be necessary to block the nerve and re-assess the symptoms post-injection.

Answered 5/18/2016

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Dr. Jeffrey Kass answered

Specializes in Podiatry

Many reasons: What stops it depends on what caused it. And lastly, that would depend on the above prior answers.

Answered 8/15/2012

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