Morton's neuroma is a thickening of the tissue around a nerve leading to the toes. Morton's neuroma may be caused by pressure or injury, such as from running or use of high heels.
WHAT ARE NEUROMAS?
Morton's neuroma may feel like a pebble in a shoe or a fold in a sock. There may be sharp, burning pain or numbness in the ball of the foot or toes. Symptoms can also include a "pins and needles" sensation or reduced feeling.
Wondering if you might be suffering from neuromas? Take our 30 second online Pain Assessment Tool to find out. One of our qualified team members will be in touch within one business day to discuss your pain.
WHO CAN GET NEUROMAS?
Treatment might include arch supports and foot pads, corticosteroid injections, strength exercises, wide-toe shoes, or surgery.
If you suspect you have neuromas, take our short Treatment Assessment Tool to tell us a little about what, if anything, you've tried to treat your pain. One of our qualified team members will be in touch within one business day to discuss possible treatment options.