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How common are foot problems like neuromas?

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Dr. Gael Yonnet
Neurology

In brief: Not infrequently.

A neuroma in the foot is called a morton's neuroma.
Compression of the forefoot together at the level of the metatarsal head will trigger a burning pain, tingling or numbness and assist in the diagnosis. Resolution of the symptoms can be easily achieved with convervative measures in most cases.

In brief: Not infrequently.

A neuroma in the foot is called a morton's neuroma.
Compression of the forefoot together at the level of the metatarsal head will trigger a burning pain, tingling or numbness and assist in the diagnosis. Resolution of the symptoms can be easily achieved with convervative measures in most cases.
Dr. Gael Yonnet
Dr. Gael Yonnet
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