Morton's Neuroma is the 'squeezing' of the nerve placed between the 3rd and 4th metatarsal bones. Morton's Neuroma is very similar to Metatarsalgia, but in addition displays symptoms like numbness and a tingling sensation in the toes. It can be quite painful at times.
A neuroma is a benign tumour of a nerve. Morton's Neuroma is not actually a tumour, but a thickening or swelling of the tissue that surrounds the digital nerve leading to the toes.
When wearing ladies' fashion shoes and high heels, Footlogics Catwalk can help reduce the symptoms of Morton's Neuroma.
These orthotic insoles supports the forefoot and prevents the metatarsals from dropping. In turn, this helps reduce the squeezing of the nerve and consequent tingling and pain associated with Morton's Neuroma.
Morton's Neuroma can also occur when wearing normal, flat shoes. Footlogics Comfort are the recommend orthotics for flat shoes, boots or athletic footwear. The built-in metatarsal support will help lift the bone structure in the forefoot, thereby reducing the excess pressure and friction on the metatarals and surrounding ligaments and nerves.
It is also recommend to seek help from a podiatrist, as in some cases surgery will be required.