A Common Cause of Pain in the Sole of the Foot – Morton’s Neuroma

Pain on  sole of foot between the 3rd and 4th toes and  a sensation of feeling like you are walking on a pebble, are both symptoms of a common cause of foot pain termed Morton’s Neuroma.

Caused by a thickening of a nerve as it passes between the toe bones the good news is that 30% of sufferers will be helped by something as simple as a insole in their shoes.

A Common Cause of Pain in the Sole of the Foot – Morton’s Neuroma

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