Morton's Neuroma Treatment in Vancouver
Morton’s Neuroma - Morton's neuroma (also known as Morton's metatarsalgia, Morton's neuralgia, plantar neuroma and intermetatarsal neuroma) is a benign neuroma of the interdigital plantar nerve. This problem is characterized by numbness and pain, relieved by removing footwear. Although it is labeled a "neuroma", many sources do not consider it a true tumor, but rather a thickening of existing tissue.
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.
Dr. Michael Horowitz offers a 5-step process to successfully treating Morton's Neuroma. He can help evaluate & diagnose your symtoms and recommend the best course of action. Call Vancouver Orthotics at 604-737-3668 to treat Morton's Neuroma.
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