Fix the Ball of the Foot, Pass on the Pain, Return to the Game
Morton’s Neuroma is a painful and uncomfortable condition that affects the ball of the foot, most commonly in between the third and fourth toes. This condition often causes an individual to feel as if he or she is standing on a pebble that’s stuck in their shoe or a fold in their sock.
Symptoms may persist for weeks and intensify as the neuroma grows. Eventually, if left untreated, the thickening of the nerve leads to nerve damage—but discovering Morton’s Neuroma early can prevent the condition from progressing and reduce the potential need for surgery.