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Hey all,
So I got my bike back in October and about mid December I noticed a have a numb spot on the bottom left of my heel. The Dr said it may be from the shoes but wants me to see a podiatrist. Anyone else have something similar going on?
 

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Hey all,
So I got my bike back in October and about mid December I noticed a have a numb spot on the bottom left of my heel. The Dr said it may be from the shoes but wants me to see a podiatrist. Anyone else have something similar going on?
It's very possible that the numbness is caused by your running shoes, often due to them being on too tight and putting pressure on your nerves. If that's the case, try loosening them up a bit or use a different pair for a few days. I hope you are planning to see the podiatrist.
 

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It's very possible that the numbness is caused by your running shoes, often due to them being on too tight and putting pressure on your nerves. If that's the case, try loosening them up a bit or use a different pair for a few days. I hope you are planning to see the podiatrist.
I hardly ever wear shoes so I doubt it is them. Dr was thinking it is from the peloton shoes, I see the podiatrist Monday.
 

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I hardly ever wear shoes so I doubt it is them. Dr was thinking it is from the peloton shoes, I see the podiatrist Monday.
Hello,
For me, it happens with all of my cycling shoes except one pair- it’s not just their (peloton) shoes. Did you but them 1/2 size up? That accounts for swelling, which sometimes happens when riding.....
 
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