Morton's neuroma may be caused by pressure or injury, such as from running or use of high heels.

Morton's neuroma may feel like a pebble in a shoe or a fold in a sock. There may be sharp, burning pain or numbness in the ball of the foot or toes.

Treatment might include arch supports and foot pads, corticosteroid injections, strength exercises, wide-toe shoes, or surgery.

A thickening of the tissue around a nerve leading to the toes.
  • Neuroma of the Foot
  • intermetatarsal neuroma

Consult a doctor for medical advice

Sources:  Mayo Clinic and others.

Common

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Cases per year

More than 200,000 US cases per year

Treatable by a medical professional

Requires a medical diagnosis

Lab tests or imaging often required

More common in females

Can last several weeks or months

Common for ages 35-50

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