Gail suffered with Morton’s neuroma for a year and couldn’t walk on the beach. She was skeptical about coming to see us but came anyway and had an ultrasound guided ablation. After four months she was absolutely pain free and trilled. She would highly recommend this to anybody.
Hi, my name is Gail. I live down in Florida most of the winter and I noticed that as I was walking the beach, I’m a huge walker. And I was walking the beach and every day and after a while, my foot just started to hurt. I had no idea what it was and when I got back home and I had been suffering with this pain for I would say almost a year, not knowing what it was or what to do about it.
And when I came back from Florida, I happened to discover The Center for Morton’s Neuroma, not knowing what it is or what the procedure was or anything. So I went in for a consultation. I had the procedure. I was really kind of blown away with it. I was skeptical, I got to say. I was skeptical. “You’re going to do what? That’s going to help?” It took about four months for the pain to be relieved, but I have been absolutely pain-free and I’m back to my walking, and I’m back to my hiking.
And I just couldn’t walk. I was so discouraged because it was something that I really enjoyed doing and did a lot of. The team was awesome. So the first time I went in and then back for the actual procedure, I couldn’t have had a better experience. I would highly recommend it to anybody and I have if they’re suffering from this kind of pain.