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Morton’s Neuroma Symptoms & Treatment

At Holistiq Spine & Orthopaedic Clinic, we understand the impact Morton’s Neuroma foot pain can have on your daily life. That’s why we offer personalized treatment plans utilizing minimally invasive procedures, anti-inflammatory nutrition, medication management, and physical therapy to achieve optimal patient outcomes.
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What is Morton’s Neuroma?

Morton’s neuroma is a common condition characterized by inflammation on a nerve in the foot. Specifically, it involves an enlargement in the interdigital nerves between the metatarsal bones that connect the foot to the third and fourth toes—typically the middle toes closest to the pinkie toe.

If you have Morton’s neuroma, you may experience pain, swelling, or discomfort between your toes, often feeling like there’s a stone or marble in your shoe.

Treatment Options

Our clinic offers a variety of treatment options to address Morton’s neuroma and alleviate your symptoms:

Footwear Changes

Switching to shoes with wide, deep toe boxes can relieve pressure on the affected nerve.

Over-the-counter pads and custom-made inserts can cushion the area around the nerve and provide support.

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) medications and corticosteroids can reduce pain and inflammation.

Targeted exercises can improve foot strength and flexibility, reducing symptoms.

In some cases, procedures like cryogenic neuroablation or radiofrequency ablation may be recommended to reduce nerve inflammation.

Don’t Let Foot Pain Hold You Back

If you’re experiencing foot pain or suspect you may have Morton’s neuroma, don’t wait to seek treatment. Our team of experienced healthcare providers is here to help you understand your symptoms, diagnose the condition, and develop a personalized treatment plan to get you back on your feet pain-free.

Take the First Step Toward Relief

Don’t let chronic foot pain control your life any longer. Take the first step toward relief by scheduling a consultation at 469-444-7246 today. Our dedicated team of pain management specialists is here to listen, evaluate your condition, and develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to your unique needs and goals.