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Morton's Neuroma


Morton's Neuroma and Your Feet

Morton’s Neuroma is a common foot condition characterized by pain and swelling in the ball of the foot, between the third and fourth toes.

It’s caused by bones in your feet squeezing a nerve.

Symptoms include a sharp, burning pain and possibly separation between the affected toes.


Why Footwear Matters

Wearing properly fitting shoes and slippers with a wide, deep toe box can alleviate the discomfort associated with Morton’s Neuroma.

Your podiatrist might also recommend a customized insert.

Dr. Comfort footwear is designed and manufactured with the input of board-certified podiatrists to ensure all our shoes and slippers are fitted with a wide, deep toe box.

Our inserts can be professionally customized to accommodate a variety of foot conditions, including Morton’s Neuroma. For customised inserts contact your nearest podiatrist by CLICKING HERE.


We Recommend:

DR. COMFORT JUSTIN MEN'S CASUAL SHOES  DR. COMFORT ROBERT MEN'S CASUAL SHOES  DR. COMFORT COLLETTE WOMEN'S CASUAL SHOES

 

What Else Can You Do To Treat and Manage Morton's Neuroma?

To reduce the pain associated with Morton’s Neuroma, follow these simple tips:

• Avoid shoes that are too tight in the toe area. 
• Avoid high heels, too.
• Ice and elevate the inflamed foot when possible.
• Wear clean, dry socks that fit.

For more information speak to a podiatrist. You can find your nearest podiatrist by CLICKING HERE.

 

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