Podiatry Services

Neuromas

Neuromas are a common and often painful condition that can affect the nerves in the feet, most commonly occurring in the ball of the foot between the third and fourth toes. This condition is formally known as Morton's neuroma and can cause symptoms such as sharp, burning pain, tingling, or numbness in the affected area.

The primary cause of Morton's neuroma is the compression or irritation of the nerve in the ball of the foot. This can result from factors such as ill-fitting footwear, high heels, or certain foot deformities. The condition can be debilitating, making it difficult to walk or stand comfortably, and it often worsens over time if left untreated.

Our experienced podiatrists specialise in diagnosing and managing neuromas effectively. We offer a range of treatment options tailored to your unique condition and needs. These options may include custom orthotics to relieve pressure on the affected area, corticosteroid injections to reduce inflammation and pain, physical therapy, or in more severe cases, surgical intervention to remove the neuroma.

If you're experiencing pain, discomfort, or suspect you have a neuroma, we encourage you to reach out to our podiatry team for a consultation. Early intervention is crucial in managing neuromas and preventing further complications. We are dedicated to helping you achieve relief from neuroma symptoms, regain your comfort, and maintain optimal foot health. Your foot health is our priority, and we are here to guide you toward a more comfortable and active future, free from the limitations of neuromas.

Neuromas | CQ Podiatry

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