Morton's Neuroma

Friday, 17 July 2015  |  John
Managing Mortonís Neuroma

Mortonís Neuroma is where a nerve in your foot expands and rubs against a ligament. It causes a burning pain at the front of the foot. It is thought to be aggravated by wearing too tight shoes; however there is no definitive cause.

Tuesday, 7 July 2015  |  Admin
Best Insoles for Morton's Neuroma

With a whole range of products designed to alleviate, relieve or else miraculously cure Mortonís Neuroma, it can be a tricky task to select the best insole for your needs. Thatís why weíre here.

Monday, 6 July 2015  |  Admin
What Is Morton's Neuroma?

Mortonís Neuroma, also known as Mortonís Metatatsalgia or Interdigital Neuroma, is a condition that affects one of the nerves between the toes. Most commonly effecting the recess between the third and fourth toes Ė though also occurring between the second and third Ė this irritation leads to the nerve thickening and enlarging, resulting in a compression of the nerve as a whole.

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