- The Clinic
- Foot Surgery
This consists of the compression of the posterior tibial nerve or its terminal branches at the level of the internal malleolus (inner ankle), causing paresthesias in the sole and pain in the heel (back of the foot) which make walking difficult.
At Clínica San Román, a conservative treatment is initially performed to solve this syndrome. In resistant cases, at Clínica San Román, a surgical treatment with minimal incision techniques is performed for the decompression of the posterior tibial nerve.