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Warm feeling at bottom of left foot

My husband, 47 years old, has a constant warm feeling in the bottom of his left foot, although the foot is not actually warm to the touch. He has recently had a very sever neck spasm that lasted for over 2 weeks. Is this related? Please indicate the specialty of the doctor he should see: Neurologist, Neurosurgeon....


Thanks

Hi,
I would start with a podiatrist, I do not think his neck spasms have anything to do with his foot problem.
Marc Mitnick DPM

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Feb 06, 2013
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warming sensation
by: Anonymous

Look into reflexology. Some of us are more in tuned to our bodies than others.

Mar 23, 2009
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Me too!!
by: Anonymous

I am a 47 year old female and have just started with these same symptoms. All of suddent for no reason, I could be driving, laying down, standing up and I will get this worm sinsation on the bottom of my left foot. It dosent hurt it just feels like someone put a heating blanket on that part of my foot. I am scared someone told me to check it out because it could be blood clots.

Dec 05, 2008
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Knee Pain
by: Anonymous

Well, tendinitis behind the knee will give referred pain to the bottom of the foot. The Flexor Digitorum Longus runs from the back of the knee to the bottom of the mid-foot.

when the attachment of the muscle behind the knee becomes aggravated or inflamed, pain in the bottom of the foot is quite common.


After a while, sleep gets disturbed and neck/shoulder pain result from the sleep deprivation. While they are not 'connected,' they are related.

david s. klein, md.
pain center of orlando
www.suffernomore.com

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