Have you struggled to find a solution to your neuroma pain? Do you want to get back to work the next day after cryosurgery?

At the Morton's Neuroma Centre use non-invasive treatments based on foot structure and function where possible and to use minimally invasive techniques such as cryosurgery and radiofrequency in preference to open surgery so as to minimise the risk of complication.

So why are we different? We are the only practise to offer the full range of minimally invasive treatment options for Morton’s neuroma including cryosurgery and ablative radiofrequency. Delivered by one of the UKs most experienced podiatric surgeons in the UK, Mr McCulloch.

Our overall goal is to provide the best, safest and most effective treatment for morton neuroma conditions. We know we can deliver this for you.

Specialist Treatments

We offer a number of specialist treatments at the Centre for Morton’s neuroma. We are recognised by all major private medical insurance companies.
Cryosurgery

One of the safest available treatments for Morton's neuroma.

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Radiofrequency

A form of treatment that burns (cauterises) the nerve under local anaesthetic.

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Open Surgery

We offer three types of open surgery at the Mortons neuroma Centre.

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Non-invasive treatments

We perform a number of advanced non-operative treatments, often after detailed gait analysis in our state-of-the-art motion analysis laboratory.

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What is Morton's neuroma?

Morton's neuroma is a condition that causes soreness on the underside of the forefoot, often with radiating pain into the toes. This foot pain is caused by a thickened nerve that can be treated with a simple outpatient procedure.

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Locations

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London Podiatry Centre

3 Courthill Rd,
London
SE13 6DN

Harley Street

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Testimonials

What our clients say about us
I had cryosurgery on a Morton’s neuroma on the underside of my left foot in January of this year (2018). I also had some custom-made orthotics. I had waited till now to write this as I had a few walking/cycling trips booked during the year and wanted to see how I fared. The wound area was numb and strange feeling for a week or two, this then wore off. Suffice to say, nine months on I am absolutely delighted with the results of the surgery, having had several cycling trips up to 70 miles a day and two walking trips – a week in the Alps and a week on the Pennine way (doing over 20 miles a day on some days). My foot has been completely pain-free, comfortable and of no concern at all. I would therefore thoroughly recommend the procedure and London Podiatry Centre to anyone suffering with a Morton’s neuroma.

- CG . Cryosurgery patient

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