Morton’s Neuroma – Causes & Treatment
Morton’s Neuroma is a painful condition that affects the ball of your foot. It involves a fibrous thickening of the nerve that forms between the metatarsals, causing a radiating pain or numbness in the toes.
Most commonly, Morton’s Neuroma forms between the third and fourth toes. Morton’s Neuroma can be caused by tight-fitting footwear or high heels and can worsen over time.
Here at the Farnham Foot Clinic, we can advise on possible treatments following a thorough biomechanical assessment.