Anatomical Abnormalities Can Aggravate The Risk of Morton Neuroma

Anatomical abnormalities and structural issues of foot can aggravate the risk of developing Morton neuroma. For example, laxity/ weakness of intermetatarsal ligament is often a contributing factor that leads to compression injury of the nerve fibers in the region of third and fourth intermetatarsal space ( or toes).

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