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Has anyone ever had morton's neuroma for one year in their foot and got better without an operation?
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In brief: Neuroma
As stated by dr kass - sure .
The combination of injections therapy and orthotics give great results

In brief: Neuroma
As stated by dr kass - sure .
The combination of injections therapy and orthotics give great results
Dr. Thomas Inwood
Dr. Thomas Inwood
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Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Podiatry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Sure
Injection therapy i find to be very helpful regardless of how long it has been there.

In brief: Sure
Injection therapy i find to be very helpful regardless of how long it has been there.
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
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In brief: YES...
I have found that most patients respond to conservative therapy, like pads, orthotics, injections, etc.
I rarely perform neuroma removal surgery.

In brief: YES...
I have found that most patients respond to conservative therapy, like pads, orthotics, injections, etc.
I rarely perform neuroma removal surgery.
Dr. David Hettinger
Dr. David Hettinger
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Dr. Randy Lisch
Podiatry
In brief: Yes
If you alter your shoe wear, so that they are not too tight or small and with good support that eliminate shock, this will help.
Your podiatrist will also have solutions for this with stretching exercises, possible cortisone or alcohol injection, or orthotics to help with this condition on a conservative basis.

In brief: Yes
If you alter your shoe wear, so that they are not too tight or small and with good support that eliminate shock, this will help.
Your podiatrist will also have solutions for this with stretching exercises, possible cortisone or alcohol injection, or orthotics to help with this condition on a conservative basis.
Dr. Randy Lisch
Dr. Randy Lisch
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Dr. Daniel Farber
Orthopedic Surgery - Foot & Ankle
In brief: Yes
A morton's neuroma will not really go away.
But proper offloading of the metatarsal heads with a neuroma or metatarsal pad can significantly help symptoms. A cortisone injection can help too.

In brief: Yes
A morton's neuroma will not really go away.
But proper offloading of the metatarsal heads with a neuroma or metatarsal pad can significantly help symptoms. A cortisone injection can help too.
Dr. Daniel Farber
Dr. Daniel Farber
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