Morton neuroma (metatarsalgia) causes persistent foot pain. After conservative treatment patients are offered foot surgery. Do you really need surgery?
Are ultrasound guided procedures better for Morton’s neuroma treatment? An ultrasound increases the accuracy and success of Morton’s neuroma treatment
Surgical removal of Morton’s neuroma is the most common treatment for ongoing pain in Morton’s neuroma but the success rate is often not good.
Tried corticosteroid injections? Physical therapy? Massaging? Medications? Now what? Surgery for Morton’s neuroma? Avoid surgery by having these procedures.
Morton’s neuroma stump neuroma is a complication of Morton’s neuroma surgery%%sep%%also called a stump neuroma or recurrent neuroma or failed Morton’s surgery
Cryosurgery or cryoablation is an effective non-surgical treatment for Morton’s neuroma especially if done with ultrasound and nerve stimulator guidance