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Posterior tibial nerve entrapment at the ankle can cause this type of symptoms.
Bone spur or arthritis at the ankle level can result in nerve entrapment.
The diagnosis can be made by nerve conduction study.
Orthotic shoes, foot specific exercises should help usually.
More resistant cases may need steroid injection.
Surgical decompression is reserved for last resort.
You should consult with a foot surgeon first.
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