Treatment of neuromas
Morton’s neuromas is an enlarged nerve that tends to find itself between the 3rd and 4th metatarsal bone. It causes nerve pain, such as burning, tingling and possibly numbness to the ball of the foot. Most of the times it is more severe with tight shoes. Treatment including wider shoes, padding, injections and possibly surgery. It can be diagnosed with an ultrasound and/or MRI and of course with clinical exam.