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.
Do you have foot pain or metatarsalgia? What are the 10 signs that you may have Morton’s neuroma? We specialize in treating Morton’s neuroma.
What is the best way to diagnose Morton’s neuroma? Is Morton’s neuroma a clinical diagnosis? do I need an MRI for Morton’s neuroma? All about the diagnosis of Mortons
What is a Diagnostic local injection for Morton’s neuroma? When should I have one done? Is it necessary? We specialize in Mortons neuroma treatment
Is Morton’s neuroma a difficult diagnosis? For an experienced clinician the diagnosis of can be straightforward but In some cases it may be very challenging
Do you think you have Mortons neuroma? Persistent forefoot pain is the most common complaint but many conditions mimic Mortons neuroma.