What is it?
A morton’s neuroma is an irritation of a nerve bundle in your forefoot, this irritation can cause some inflammation in the nerve which causes you pain.
Most common symptoms:
Pain when you stand up for long periods of time
Pain when you stand on your tip-toes
Pain when you walk
Feels like a pebble beneath the ball of your foot
Burning, tingling or numbness in the area
Why does this happen?
Morton’s Neuromas can occur for a wide variety of reasons and some are still not known.
The main cause is a change in footwear, or continual wear of narrow footwear.
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