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Orthotics for Morton's Neuroma

Common symptoms include:

  • A feeling as if you are standing on a pebble in your shoe.
  • A burning pain in the ball of your foot that may radiate into your toes.
  • Tingling or numbness in your toes.
  • When the tender joint area is squeezed, you may hear a click (Mulder's sign).

If these conditions sound familiar, book your appointment today and let us help you get back on your feet pain free!

Custom Orthotics Designed for Morton's Neuroma:

  • Metatarsal pad - a triangular shaped padding that sits behind the bases of your toes to help spread the joint capsule and prevent nerve impingement.
  • Full length posting - may be necessary if you are walking in an abducted 'duck stance' position or coming off the inside of the greater toe.
    • When you come off the inside of the greater toe, it will pinch the joint space - by pushing the toes together and cause nerve impingement.
  • Forefoot padding - to reduce the effect of impact forces at the joints of the toes.
  • Customized arch support - dissipates pressure throughout the foot and decreases pressure at the forefoot.
  • Low profile heel - in order to absorb more shock and pressure at the heel, rather than the forefoot.
  • Neutral casting - to align your feet and lower limbs in order to place them in the most optimal position for gait.

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