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I want to know my options for treating morton's neuroma?
6 doctors weighed in

Dr. Mathew John
Podiatry
4 doctors agree
In brief: Neuroma
Morton's neuroma has traditionally been treated with a corticosteroid injection which does help but often can be shortlived.
One of the more latest effective treatments has been sclerosing alcohol injections. This injection therapy is typically given every 2 weeks for 3-7 injections. If this fails surgery to remove the neuroma is often needed. Wear wider shoes and avoid high heels will also help.

In brief: Neuroma
Morton's neuroma has traditionally been treated with a corticosteroid injection which does help but often can be shortlived.
One of the more latest effective treatments has been sclerosing alcohol injections. This injection therapy is typically given every 2 weeks for 3-7 injections. If this fails surgery to remove the neuroma is often needed. Wear wider shoes and avoid high heels will also help.
Dr. Mathew John
Dr. Mathew John
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Dr. Daniel Farber
Orthopedic Surgery - Foot & Ankle
2 doctors agree
In brief: Pads, injection, OR
Metatarsal or neuroma pads (see hapad.
Com) help to offload the neuroma and are effective and cheap. A cortisone injection may help long term, but usually is just temporary relief. Surgery is most definitive and long lasting relief but only if symptoms are severe.

In brief: Pads, injection, OR
Metatarsal or neuroma pads (see hapad.
Com) help to offload the neuroma and are effective and cheap. A cortisone injection may help long term, but usually is just temporary relief. Surgery is most definitive and long lasting relief but only if symptoms are severe.
Dr. Daniel Farber
Dr. Daniel Farber
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