Morton's Neuroma

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What is Morton's Neuroma?

Morton’s Neuroma is a condition that affects the ball of the foot (or otherwise known as the forefoot). It is an impingement of a nerve, caused by the thickening of tissue surrounding the nerve that travels between the metatarsals to the end of the toes. This tissue becomes inflamed and swollen, compressing and irritating the nerve.


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What are the next steps?

Book an appointment with one of our Certified Pedorthists to determine a personalized treatment plan to help you Move Well, Be Well.

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