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What symptoms does someone with morton's neuroma have?
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Dr. Mathew John
Podiatry
3 doctors agree
In brief: Neuroma
A morton's neuroma is a thickening of the nerve typically between the 3rd and 4th toes or the 2nd and 3rd toes.
Often patients will describe walking on a rock, or that their sock is bunched up in their shoes. Burning, numbness to the toes and a feeling of swelling are typical. Tighter fitting shoes or high heels will make the symptoms worse.

In brief: Neuroma
A morton's neuroma is a thickening of the nerve typically between the 3rd and 4th toes or the 2nd and 3rd toes.
Often patients will describe walking on a rock, or that their sock is bunched up in their shoes. Burning, numbness to the toes and a feeling of swelling are typical. Tighter fitting shoes or high heels will make the symptoms worse.
Dr. Mathew John
Dr. Mathew John
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Dr. Daniel Farber
Orthopedic Surgery - Foot & Ankle
2 doctors agree
In brief: Pain, burning
Many people with morton's neuroma complain of pain that shoots into the toes and sometimes up the foot.
It often feels like walking with a stone in the shoe. Shoes that squeeze the forefoot will make symptoms worse.

In brief: Pain, burning
Many people with morton's neuroma complain of pain that shoots into the toes and sometimes up the foot.
It often feels like walking with a stone in the shoe. Shoes that squeeze the forefoot will make symptoms worse.
Dr. Daniel Farber
Dr. Daniel Farber
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