Morton’s Neuroma is a painful condition of the foot where the tissue that surrounds the nerves in the foot thickens. This can be caused by by a number of things such as tight fitting shoes or even just regular daily wear and tear. This results in result in a range of symptoms. Mild symptoms such as a sensation of standing on a small object/pebble can occur or more severe symptoms such as severe pain or tingling and numbness is also possible.
Traditional treatments include avoidance of any identifiable cause, NSAIDS, steroid and alcohol injection. However, steroids and alcohol are known to cause tissue destruction. When these therapies are unsuccessful sometimes surgery is recommended.
Regenerative therapies can be used to successfully treat this condition without unnecessary tissue destruction or surgery.