Truth be told, the carpal bone is in the wrist.
It is the tarsal bone that is in the ankle.
Therefore, if you repeatedly performed a certain behavior with your toes, similar to repeated behaviors with your hands… then yes, you could get Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome (…instead of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome).
The symptoms of TTS include numbness and tingling of the foot and toes, a “pins and needles” feeling at night, and feelings of weakness in the ankle and of incoordination. Source
Take the test… See if you have Tarpal Tunnel Syndrome here.
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome FAQ
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