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A Morton’s neuroma can feel like a hard, painful pebble between the long bones of your feet – often between the third and fourth toes. It develops when the ‘lining’ of a nerve that runs between your toes is inflamed, pressing on the surrounding structures and causing pain.

An easy test to see if your foot pain could be a neuroma is to squeeze your foot from the sides. If this makes the pain worse, you may have developed a neuroma. Don’t worry – a neuroma should have no serious longstanding consequences once the inflammation and irritation settle. For these symptoms to settle, we use a number of specific offloading treatments that can bring tremendous relief to patients.

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