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I have pain in foot from a condition called mortons neuroma?

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In brief: Neuroma

Morton's neuroma is a term used for the scar tissue formed around the nerve branch between the 3rd and 4th metatarsal with boney enlargement and or pronation scar tissue is placed around the nerve usually resulting in pain.

In brief: Neuroma

Morton's neuroma is a term used for the scar tissue formed around the nerve branch between the 3rd and 4th metatarsal with boney enlargement and or pronation scar tissue is placed around the nerve usually resulting in pain.
Dr. Thomas Inwood
Dr. Thomas Inwood
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In brief: Mortons neuroma

Inflamed portion of nerve often caused by improper support and/or tight fitting shoes over time.
Treatments include, more supportive shoes/orthotics, injections, paddings/strappings, physical therapy and surgery.

In brief: Mortons neuroma

Inflamed portion of nerve often caused by improper support and/or tight fitting shoes over time.
Treatments include, more supportive shoes/orthotics, injections, paddings/strappings, physical therapy and surgery.
Dr. Ronald Oberman
Dr. Ronald Oberman
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In brief: See below

It is inflammation of the nerve most usually affecting the 3rd ; 4th toe, but can affect the 2nd ; 3rd toe.
It causes pain, burning and numbness of the toes.

In brief: See below

It is inflammation of the nerve most usually affecting the 3rd ; 4th toe, but can affect the 2nd ; 3rd toe.
It causes pain, burning and numbness of the toes.
Dr. Arnold Beresh
Dr. Arnold Beresh
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