Baxters nerve entrapment

Baxters nerve entrapment is problem that occurs in the heel and it closely mimics the symptoms.  Baxters nerve entrapment is less likely to be more pain after rest like plantar fasciitis. Baxters nerve entrapment is more likely to causes a radiating pain compared to plantar fasciitis. Those with Baxters nerve entrapment are less likely to be able to move their little toe. The pain of Baxters nerve entrapment also more closely follows a dermatome than plantar fasciitis.