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Tarsal tunnel syndrome (one might call it carpal tunnel syndrome of the leg) is caused by the compression of the posterior tibial nerve (the nerve that runs down the back of the leg). The tibial nerve gets compressed within a space called the tarsal canal. The result of this nerve entrapment is pain, tingling, and burning sensations on the sole of the foot. Unlike patients with plantar fasciitis, people suffering with tarsal tunnel syndrome tend to feel more pain after standing or walking.
To relieve Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome, please see the book: Foot Pain Breakthrough