FAQ – Cold Feet

Why do my feet feel cold all the time?

Cold feet can be a sign of either a problem with the nerves in the foot or the blood flow.  People that have neuropathy, which usually presents as burning, tingling or numbness to the toes, can also experiences symptoms such as cold toes or dry skin. People with circulation problems have difficulty getting blood flow through the small blood vessels in the feet.  If blood flow is limited in the blood vessels to the toes, then the toes can feel cool to touch; however, the skin will feel warmer the farther back you go on the foot, ankle, and leg.

If you are experiencing similar symptoms, your nerves and circulation should be tested to determine what is causing the cold sensation.  Call Advanced Podiatry today so we can find out why your toes are cold and most importantly help treat it!