Morton's Neuroma

Do you have nerve pain between your toes? Is it painful when you wear your shoes?

Morton’s Neuroma or neuroma, is caused by compression of the nerves that are present between the bones in the foot.

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Symptoms and Causes

Symptoms:

  • Pain in the front of the foot proximal to toes and can radiate to the toes.

  • Tingling & burning in toes

  • Pain increases when wearing narrow shoes.

  • Pain goes away/decreases when shoes are removed

Causes:

  • Tight fitting shoes

  • Narrow shoe toe box

  • High arched feet

  • Flat feet

  • Bunions

How we treat Morton's Neuroma?

There are numerous treatments for Morton’s Neuroma, since we tailor treatment for each individual patient it may vary from patient to patient.

How we can help:


  • Shoe modifications 

  • Footwear education and advice

  • Surgical options are also possible

  • Orthotics