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Ever since my bilateral TKA, My toes always feel like they are freezing.
Hello @leomburk, Welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect. Sorry to hear your toes feel like they are freezing. Can I ask how long it has been since your bilateral knee replacements and when you first noticed your toes being cold? Is it just the toes or also the feet themselves?
@johnbishop , my toes & feet always feel cold so, even living in San. Florida, I wear socks. I was diagnosed with severe neuropathy w/ pain due to a compressed nerve in my neck. It got really unbearable after my left knee replacement followed by a severely broken ankle & broken bones on the top of my foot.
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@cb772, You mentioned a compressed nerve in your neck. Have you thought about looking into Myofascial Release Therapy? There is another discussion started by @jenniferhunter that you may find helpful to relieve the pain.
Myofascial Release Therapy (MFR) for treating compression and pain: https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/myofascial-release-therapy-mfr-for-treating-compression-and-pain/
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