Mortons neuroma

I have been diagnosed with mortons neuroma and have gone through all series of treatment, therapy, shots, orthotics to change my fore foot with no good results. I think that this ball of the foot pain is a combination of he neuroma and metatarsaligia. What direction should i be going in. I can’t stand this much longer.

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  1. Foot.com

    Hello and thank you for your question. I would discuss the option of alcohol, PRP or stem cell injections (AmnioFix) with your Podiatrist. These injections have shown to give positive results for neuroma patients. Other options I’d suggest discussing include radiofrequency ablation and surgical excision – although I’d save the surgery as a last resort. If your current Podiatrist does not do alcohol / stem cell injections or radiofrequency ablation I would get a second opinion or seek or a Podiatrist who does these treatments. In addition I always recommend to my neuroma patients to do foot release with a golf ball or RAD Round (www.radroller.com) and to integrate Correct Toes into their nightly routine. I hope this heps!

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