A Morton's Neuroma is essentially a nerve compression or 'trapped nerve' between the metatasal heads.
Symptoms include buming pain walking, pins and needles, and numbness.
There are different causes, including footwear and arthritis. you podiatrist will get to the root cause, and from there help you decide how best to treat.
Treatment options include footwear changes, orthoses, corticosteroid injections and surgery in the worst cases.
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