Morton's Neuroma

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A Morton’s neuroma is an irritation and thickening of the nerve that travels between the toes (most commonly the third and fourth toes) that can cause tingling or pain in the ball of the foot and can sometimes feel like you’re standing on a pebble. The pain is worse with standing or when wearing tight shoes and can progressively worsen over time.

Treatment of Morton’s neuroma can range from simply modifying shoe wear or using pads in the shoe to surgical removal of the nerve.

To learn more about the treatment options available for Morton's neuroma, please complete the appointment request box or call (319) 338-3606 to schedule a consultation with a Steindler Orthopedic Clinic specialty-trained foot doctor.