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Morton’s Neuroma Treatment

Abnormal biomechanics or poor (tight) footwear can lead to the inflammation of a nerve in the ball of the foot. This is called Morton’s Neuroma.

When increased pressure forces the metatarsal bones in the foot to press against the metatarsal nerve, it can greatly agitate it, causing harsh pains and discomfort, or even cramping and general strain.



Treatments that ease the burden on the metatarsals by removing pressure are effective in getting rid of Morton’s Neuroma. Simple solutions such as metatarsal-friendly orthotics or prescriptive footwear can easily help. More complex treatments such as ice therapy or anti-inflammatory medication may also be necessary.


Consult with a StepEase podiatrist to discuss the best solution for you.

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