8 Signs You Have Morton’s Neuroma

Oct 3, 2023

Morton’s Neuroma: Recognizing the Telltale Signs

Morton’s Neuroma is a condition that affects the ball of the foot and can be quite uncomfortable if left untreated. The good news is that early detection can lead to effective treatment and relief. At Northeast Foot and Ankle, we want you to be informed about your foot health. In this blog post, we’ll explore the eight common signs that may indicate you have Morton’s Neuroma:

  1. Sharp Pain or Burning Sensation: You might experience a sharp, burning pain in the ball of your foot.

  2. Numbness and Tingling: Numbness or tingling sensations in your toes can also indicate Morton’s Neuroma.

  3. Feeling of an Object in Your Shoe: Some people describe feeling like a pebble or small object is inside their shoe when walking.

  4. Pain with Activity: Pain that worsens during physical activity or when wearing tight shoes is a common symptom.

  5. Pain Relief When Resting: You may find that the pain eases when you stop walking or remove your shoes.

  6. Increased Discomfort with Pressure: Applying pressure to the affected area may cause increased discomfort.

  7. Radiating Pain: Pain from Morton’s Neuroma can radiate into nearby toes.

  8. Clicking or Popping Sensation: Some individuals report a clicking or popping feeling when they walk.

If you’re experiencing any of these signs, it’s essential to consult with our experts. Early diagnosis and treatment can help you find relief and comfortably get back on your feet. Don’t hesitate to reach out for a comprehensive evaluation.

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