Mitch is a 61 year old active male who had a neuroma between his 2nd and 3rd toes on his left foot. He suffered with the neuroma for almost two years. He found the Center for Morton’s Neuroma through the internet and after several phone calls and conversations he had his one and only treatment in March of 2019. Here is his story.
Rick came from Canada for Morton’s neuroma treatment. Previously his pain was so bad that every step he took was in pain. Now his condition and quality of life has improved “orders of magnitude.” He can now golf 2-3 times per week.
John is a runner from Kentucky but couldn’t run due to his Morton’s neuroma. Now, 10 weeks after his ablation, he now doesn’t feel any more foot pain and has started easing back into jogging again without any problems.
Ari had a Morton’s neuroma which was so bad that at times he couldn’t even weight bear on his right foot & also had pain on his left foot. He now has no pain & is now able to do everything he wants.
Many patients have come to use suffering from fat pad atrophy. In the past, we had no treatment for them. Now we have an excellent option: Lipostem. Lipostem is the painless injection of your own fat together with your platelet rich plasma into your fat pad done under ultrasound guidance.
Matt was a patient here at The Center for Morton’s Neuroma and was treated for his neuroma 3 years ago. Read his update here.
Jeff had a Morton’s neuroma which was so bad he couldn’t wear shoes and could only wear flip flops. Now after ultrasound guided cryoablation he is back to working driving and working out.
Dr Tom talks about his Morton’s neuroma before and after treatment at our center. This is the short testimonial after his treatment.
It has been suggested that Morton’s neuroma represents an entrapment neuropathy in the tunnel formed by the Deep Transverse Metatarsal Ligament and the two metatarsals, and that during both the mid- stance and heel-off stages of walking, the interdigital nerve is pulled and compressed by the ligament.
It has taken us over 4 years to find the custom orthotic that we believe is the best. We have tried so many orthotics and so many custom orthotics and we are proud of now being able to offer our patients what we believe is the best.
Overcrowded toes can result in a variety of foot diseases and structural foot disabilities. What causes overcrowded toes? What are the problems related to overcrowded toes.
Colin, a 74-year-old avid golfer, experienced foot pain while golfing and walking with pain in the balls of both feet. He didn’t notice it so much at first, but gradually the pain in the balls of the feet while playing golf became worse over time.
Kevin was a patient at the center for Morton’s neruoma and was treated for his neuroma. Read his testimonial here.
Some of our patients have had years of foot pain and seen multiple doctors without a clear diagnosis and then come to use for help. Doris was one of those patients. See what she had to say.
After years of futile treatment for Morton’s neuroma, in desperation I turned to Google and found The Center for Morton’s Neuroma…the care was terrific and the attention was unbelievable.
Our Medical Director Janet D. Pearl, MD MSc has been awarded a 2017 Top Doctor Award.
We have started using a type of shock wave therapy for Morton’s neuroma called Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology or EPAT®. EPAT has recently been shown to be quite effective when used in Morton’s neuroma.
Morton’s neuroma surgery is so debilitating that the Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital is using an AlterG anti-gravity treadmill to help speed up recovery. We ask why have surgery and have to deal with a long complex recovery when the non-surgical alternatives are so effective?