Morton's Foot is one that suffers from Morton's Neuroma.
Morton's neuroma: A swollen inflamed nerve in the ball of the foot, usually between the base of the second and third toes (known as the third intermetatarsal space), caused by chronic compression of a branch of the plantar nerve between the ends of the metatarsal bones. The disorder is especially common in women who wear high-heeled and/or narrow shoes. Morton's neuroma causes a stinging, sharp pain on the bottom of the foot that can radiate to the nearby toes. The pain may be increased by walking or when the ball of the foot is squeezed together; and the pain may be decreased.
Dr. Michael Horowitz offers a 5-Step process to successfully treating Morton's Neuroma. He can help evaluate & diagnose your condition and recommend the best course of action for you. Call Vancouver Orthotics at 604-737-3668 for more information.
YOU MIGHT HAVE THESE QUESTIONS ABOUT MORTON'S NEUROMA TREATMENT:
- What is the most effective treatment for Morton's neuroma?
- What exercises & stretches do you recommend for Morton's neuroma?
- What other symptoms are most commonly associated with Morton's neuroma?
- What shoes are best for Morton's neuroma?
- Where can I get medical hardware for Morton's neuroma?
- Why is the pain so chronic?
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