Morton’s Neuroma | Estero

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On average, people take 6,000 to 10,000 steps each day. With each step there are normal movement patterns that should be completed. When these patterns deviate from normal, a variety of conditions can often result.

Morton’s Neuroma is a common foot problem associated with pain and swelling of nerve tissue in the ball of the foot. It usually occurs between the 3rd and 4th toes, but also can occur between other toes.

  • Sharp or burning pain and swelling on the ball of the foot
  • Numbness, tingling, cramping and/or lack of feeling in the affected area
  • Sensation of having a lump or stone inside the ball of the foot
  • Symptoms are greater during or after activities like walking, standing, jumping, sprinting

  • Excessive rolling inward of the foot (over-pronation)
  • Excessive rolling outward of the foot (over-supination)
  • Wearing high heels or shoes that are too small

  • Takeover-the-counter anti-inflammatory medicine
  • Reduce activities
  • Wear supportive shoes, especially during physical activity
  • Wear properly fitted shoes
  • Add arch supports
  • Add metatarsal pads

*Note: If pain persists, consult your physician

RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Supportive athletic, casual or dress shoes
  • Custom-fitted, custom-crafted arch supports (orthotics)
  • Over-the-counter arch supports (orthotics)
  • Metatarsal inserts and/or pads

Visit a Foot Solutions fit expert today for a free digital foot assessment, consultation and treatment recommendations for effective non-invasive solutions.

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Christopher Cole, Licensed Board Certified Pedorthist

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