Red soles. Burning sensation. Numb toes. Both feet?

Neuropathy. There are a number of potential causes, I would encourage you to be seen. An exam and possibly a nerve conduction test will likely determine the cause. Among the more common causes is a "pinched nerve" in the spine or a neuropathy. Don't hesitate to be seen.

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I am experiencing foot numbness and burning sensation. My plantar nerve was removed. Should half of my big toe be numb?

Unclear. Not sure why you had either/both of your plantar nerves removed - nor any past history of relevant diseases associated with a neuropathy. The innervation of the top of the foot and the bottom are different, and the lack of plantar nerve(s) make it more complex. Please consult your doctor who can sort through all of these issues to localize the issue and additional tests to define it better. . Read more...

Last 7 days I have had a numbness, burning sensation in my right arm and foot. Also pins & needles. Had it before and went away after a little physio

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I've had pain in my right foot for just over a week. Developing burning sensation & redness on top & side of foot. Feels like foot is twisted.?

Time to move!! It certainly sounds like a pretty good description of cellulitis. The proximal cause needs to be uncovered. A trip to your local surgery is needed to assess the severity and minimize possible complications. Read more...
Varies. There are a number of potential causes and I would not hesitate to be seen for a specific diagnosis. Presumably you did not injure it? In that scenario infection, inflammation, or if you are real active possibly a stress fracture are among the more common things we see. A detailed exam would go a long way in making the diagnosis. Read more...

I sprained my foot wearing a boot that the podiatrist offered. I was in the shower when I slipped and caught my foot. Now, it's throbbing with a burning sensation and is numb in spots. What should I do?

?? Sorry but I do not understand the ? Why were you in the boot and most of these things can be removed for a shower a lisfranc injury could cause the problems you are describing those are pretty bad so it would be best if this were evaluated medically. Read more...
Sprained in boot? Not sure i read that correctly, please restate. You sprained your foot in a boot? Did you wear the boot in the shower? Please restate, thanks. Read more...
Have it evaluated. If your are having a burning, throbbing and a sensation of numbness, you should have it evaluated right away. Read more...