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?
Morton’s neuroma surgery leads to stump neuroma formation but an ablation procedure to treat mortons neuroma can never lead to a stump neuroma. Why?
Surgery for Mortons neuroma has a low success rate from 55% to about 85% so we only recommend surgery in extreme cases. We avoid Mortons neuroma surgery.
Up to 30% of Morton’s neuroma surgery patients develop either recurrent neuromas or pain. Why does post morton’s neuroma surgery pain occur?
Such confusion! Why? Why wouldn’t you try an ablation procedure to treat Morton’s neuroma before any surgery? The decision seems so straightforward to us.
What is the most common cause of pain after Morton’s neuroma surgery? Why do Morton’s neuroma surgeries fail? We treat post Morton’s neuroma surgery pain