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Benign joint hypermobility and Morton's neuroma
Is cutting the bone to create space for the nerve a good idea?
Am I more likely to suffer from a Morton’s neuroma if I have forefoot deformity such as bunion or hammer toes
Woman’s fashion shoes are responsible for causing foot pain due to Morton’s neuroma in millions of woman each year
Open surgery for Morton’s neuroma should only be considered if these safer methods have been tried
Patients who develop Morton’s neuroma in one foot are more likely to develop the condition in the other foot
Best shoes for Morton’s neuroma, a condition where a painful thickened, trapped nerve forms in the forefoot.
How does a Morton’s foot type relate to Morton’s neuroma?
Can an interdigital neuroma form between the 1st and 2nd toes or between the 4th and 5th toes?
Dr James Rakshi MB ChB MD FRCP - Referring Consultant
Media Article about Cryosurgery for Morton's Neuroma
Should I consider a steroid injection for Morton's neuroma and what are the risks of having a steroid injection for Morton's neuroma?
Is ultrasound superior to MRI for diagnosing Morton's neuroma?
What self-help measures can I consider to treat my Morton's neuroma?
Can specific nerve conduction studies be used to test for Morton's neuroma?
Is ultrasound necessary for diagnosing Morton’s neuroma?
Should I be considering radio-frequency for the treatment of my Morton's neuroma?
Are larger neuromas less likely to respond to injections?
Is the thumb index finger 'squeeze test' the most accurate clinical test for diagnosing a Morton's neuroma?
How do I know that I have Morton's neuroma and not something more serious?
Should open surgery for Morton's neuroma involve a plantar or dorsal (forefoot) incision?
Is it possible to have multiple neuromas affecting both feet?
Know the main risks of open surgery for Morton’s neuroma