Numbness and tingling in the foot as a result of Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy (DPN) may be improved with Nerve Decompression Surgery. This surgery helps relieve tightness in the area, allowing blood to flow more freely to the nerve, reversing the effects of DPN.
Certain nerves are susceptible to pressure, crowding and pain. Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy, Morton’s Neuroma or Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome are all known to affect the nerves of the feet, leading to pain or numbness and tingling. Nerve Decompression Surgery successfully releases the pressure surrounding the nerve to help reduce pain and inflammation, and helps to restore healthy blood flow.