Is foot tingling. Common. After a knee injury?

Foot tingling. You might experience foot tingling if you suffer an injury to the outside of the knee where the common peroneal nerve is located, as this nerve is superficial and pass over the head of the fibula ( skinny long bone in the lower leg). This nerve splits in two and ends in the foot.
No. Implies a nerve irritation or stretched nerve. Not common after knee injury, but is possible.

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