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What causes warm sensation on left side of foot?

for the past 2 wks i have been getting a warm sensation on the left side of my foot. it lasts for about 30 seconds to 1 miniute. was happing about once or twice a day and now it is becoming more frequent. is it something i should be worried about? its not painful, just strange feeling.
Tue, 26 Feb 2019
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Hello,

As seen in history this could be possibly due to two factors - uric acid levels increased or nerve entrapment.

For uric acids levels, you can get your urine examined for an increase in the levels of uric acid. if that turns out fine than a nerve entrapment should be considered.

It needs a physical examination and exercises for core and lower limbs which will help ease the symptoms.

In my clinical practice of 12 years both types of patients have responded well to physical therapy and with a simple exercise, they are better.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Take care

Regards,
Jay Indravadan Patel, Physical Therapist or Physiotherapist
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What causes warm sensation on left side of foot?

Hello, As seen in history this could be possibly due to two factors - uric acid levels increased or nerve entrapment. For uric acids levels, you can get your urine examined for an increase in the levels of uric acid. if that turns out fine than a nerve entrapment should be considered. It needs a physical examination and exercises for core and lower limbs which will help ease the symptoms. In my clinical practice of 12 years both types of patients have responded well to physical therapy and with a simple exercise, they are better. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Take care Regards, Jay Indravadan Patel, Physical Therapist or Physiotherapist