What causes Morton’s Neuroma?
Numbness, tingling, burning, stinging or pain that occurs between the second, third and fourth toes and in the ball of the foot may be caused by an entrapped swollen nerve called a neuroma.
Is Morton’s Neuroma treatable?
Injection therapy can often reduce the inflammation around the nerve. If abnormal foot biomechanics contribute to the problem, custom-molded orthotics may be used to take pressure off the nerve. In some cases, it may be necessary to surgically treat the inflamed nerve branch to provide relief.Contact Us Today
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