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Morton's Neuroma

Morton's Neuroma is a painful condition affecting the ball of the foot, usually between the third and fourth toes. It involves the thickening of the tissue surrounding a nerve leading to sensations of numbness, tingling, and pain, often described as walking on a pebble or having a sock bunched up. 


For immediate relief, I can tape, use offloading paddings and provide footwear advice. 

Successful long term management includes orthotics customised to offloading the area and open up more space between the bones that cause the irritation of the nerve. Exercises can also be prescribed to address biomechanical factors. There are surgical options that can be explored when conservative treatment isn't sufficient. 

If you are suffering from a Morton's Neuroma, feel free to contact me for an individual management plan tailored to your situation.

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