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No visible signs of deformity, restricted movement, or irritation accompany Morton's Neuroma, but applying pressure between the metatarsal heads will replicate the symptoms.
Symptoms of Morton's Neuroma
What causes Morton's Neuroma
Morton's Neuroma is a response to irritation, pressure, or injury to one of the nerves that lead to your toes. The thickening of the nerve tissue (neuroma) is part of your body's response to the irritation or injury. Abnormal bone structure may contribute as well.
Treatments for Morton's Neuroma
Your podiatrist at PA Foot and Ankle Associates may recommend one or more of these treatments to manage your Morton's Neuroma:
Conservative treatments like those above are usually successful in relieving the discomfort from Morton's Neuroma. In rare instances however, surgery may be required.