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This is beyond the median nerve, which would only cause this on the first half of the ring finger.
it would have nothing to sod with the feet.
You need evaluation of the cervical spine and the lumbar spine.
As well as additional work up.
This is a wider problem than carpal tunnel.
See a physical medicine and rehabilitation doctor, or an orthopedist.
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