Resection of LFCN for Meralgia Paresthetica

Eric H. Williams MD
Specializing in reconstructive surgery and pain relief in the Greater Baltimore area.
If you are having tingling or burning pain, or numbness, in your outer thigh, you may be experiencing a condition known as meralgia paresthetica – which is caused by a pinched or compressed lateral femoral cutaneous nerve. This nerve is responsible for supplying sensation to your upper thigh and can become compressed for various reasons. Please do not hesitate to contact our Baltimore office for an appointment if you have burning, tingling, or numbness in your outer thigh. The problem could be meralgia paresthetica and we may be able to help, so call us today at (410) 709-3868.