morton’s neuroma

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Shooting Pain Between your Toes: What Does it Mean?

2016-02-27T18:21:09+00:00

By Dr. Ken Lefkowitz <a href="https://google.com/+KenLefkowitz?rel=author">Google</a> If you have toe cramping, sharp, shooting, or burning pain in the ball of your foot, or tingling in the space between your third and fourth toes, you may have a condition known as Morton’s Neuroma. This is an injury in the nerve between the toes (usually the third [...]

Shooting Pain Between your Toes: What Does it Mean?2016-02-27T18:21:09+00:00

Weird Sensations in Your Feet? A Podiatrist Talks About Neuromas

2016-02-27T18:01:09+00:00

The tight shoes that rock climbers wear can cause Morton's neuromas. Have you ever had the sensation that you were standing on a pebble in your shoe or a fold in your sock? If the answer is yes, you may be suffering from a Morton’s neuroma. This is a painful condition that occurs [...]

Weird Sensations in Your Feet? A Podiatrist Talks About Neuromas2016-02-27T18:01:09+00:00
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