I just wanted to thank you and the team at the London Podiatry Centre. As you know, I had two Morton's neuroma's both on my left foot....one being larger and more problematic than the other. I had tried the conventional approach of steroid injections but I found the relief was only short-lived and it had the adverse effect of bruising and making the foot look like it was caving in.
After visiting the clinic, I decided to go with the more conservative approach of having 'gait analysis', which showed me the problems with how I was walking....and then on to have cryotherapy on the larger neuroma.
It has not all been straightforward, as I have had problems with this foot for a very long time and it was only diagnosed as Morton's neuroma and being flat footed in that foot, a couple of years ago. However, with your help and that of the team in relation to the cryotherapy and the ongoing help with the orthoses, my foot is infinitely more comfortable, I am walking without limping and I am much happier.
Many thanks Ron....I hope my other neuroma behaves itself, but if it doesn't then I would have cryotherapy on that one also.
- RH . Cryosurgery patient