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Facts About Morton's Neuroma
Morton's Neuroma is a swollen, inflamed nerve in the foot.
Morton's Neuroma causes a 'burning' sharp pain on the bottom of the foot.
Treatments for Morton's Neuroma include resting the foot, better-fitting shoes, anti-inflammation medications, ice packs, surgery, and now... Our unique compound formulation
What is Morton's Neuroma?
A neuroma is a growth that arises in nerve cells. A Morton's Neuroma is a swollen, inflamed nerve located between the bones at the ball of the foot. The most common location of a Morton's Neuroma is in either the second or the third spacing from the base of the big toe.
What Causes a Morton's Neuroma?
A Morton's Neuroma is caused by compression of the nerve of sensation between the ends of the metatarsal bones at the base of the toes.
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What are the risk factors for developing a Morton's Neuroma?
Improper footwear that excessively binds the forefoot can lead to a Morton's Neuroma.
What are symptoms of Morton's Neuroma?
Morton's Neuroma causes a 'burning' sharp pain and numbness on the bottom of the foot in the area that can radiate to the toes. The pain usually increases when walking or when the ball of the foot is squeezed with massaging.
How is Morton's Neuroma diagnosed?
Diagnosis of Morton's Neuroma is usually made by a doctor when the history of pain demonstrates it and examinations show the symptoms. The affected foot is generally tender when the involved area is compressed and symptoms of pain and tingling can be seen when the sides of the foot are squeezed. Usually an MRI or ultrasound are used to confirm the diagnosis.
What are treatment options and home remedies for Morton's Neuroma?
Symptoms of Morton's Neuroma could be resolved with simple treatments like resting the foot, better fitting shoes, anti-inflammatory medications, and ice packs. Sometimes a cortisone shot in the affected area can offer relief. Over time, symptoms can progressively worsen. For those with persistent symptoms, the swollen nerve tissue is removed with a surgical operation. Now there is a compounded cream which offers an alternative solution.
What is the outlook for Morton's Neuroma?
The outlook for Morton's Neuroma depends on the structure of the foot and whether or not simple treatments are effective. Conservative treatments include optimal footwear, cortisone injections, and resting the foot. When surgery is performed, the prognosis depends on how much residual nerve damage exists. Our compounded cream formula treats Morton's Neuroma in around 1 week of application, is an alternative solution and has no side effects aside from curing Morton's Neuroma.
Is it possible to prevent Morton's Neuroma?
Wearing proper footwear that minimizes compression of the forefoot can help prevent the development of and aggravation of Morton's Neuroma.