Often patients complain that their legs feel like they are burning, yet when the temperature of their legs is measured, it reads as normal. So why do they feel they have burning legs? Burning sensations of the legs and ankles is a common symptom of venous insufficiency. This is a type of "parasthesia," a feeling that is rather unpleasant but not necessarily painful, as a result of nerve damage. So, the good news is: your legs are not really burning. The bad news: it is time to talk to your doctor, as things can get more complicated if you delay.
New York Vein Treatment Center focuses on treating this and other symptoms and complications of venous disorders. We helped thousands of patients in the New York area. Read more about Dr. Khitin and make that call.(212) 575-8346 Book Appointment