What is Morton’s Neuroma?
Morton’s neuroma is sometimes referred to as Morton’s metatarsalgia, because a true tumor is not believed to be present. The term neuroma is typically used to refer to a tumor. But, in this condition, a bundle of tissue fibers presses on nerve tissues. Basically, it is a pinched nerve.
What are the symptoms of Morton’s Neuroma?
The usual symptoms are numbness and/or pain in the second, third and/or fourth toes. A “pins and needles” feeling is … Read the Full Article