Feet | Podiatry - Podiatric Medicine | Tingling Toes (Symptom)
Numbness of the toes generally is a result of conditions that affect the nerves and/or blood vessels that supply the foot. Numbness of the toes is often associated with tingling. This is referred to as paresthesia of the toes.
Tingling feelings are often caused by a nerve that is damaged or impinged, and is common when pressure has been applied to the nerves for a period of time, which most people experience from time to time when their feet/toes. If the tingling is severe or chronic, or is accompanied by pain, numbness or itching in your hands or feet, this could be a condition called peripheral neuropathy, which is commonly caused by diabetes. Other possible causes for tingling in your toes include nerve disorders, kidney or liver disease, E or B vitamin deficiencies. ...