Morton's Nueroma
MORTON’S NEUROMA

GAIT CYCLE
a combination of a collapsed forefoot arch and pronation will cause the individual
metatarsals to misalign; subsequently the metatarsal
heads act like a vice and squeeze the nerves between
the metatarsal heads.

CAUSES
  • Footwear (high heeled shoes), over-pronation, high arched foot, sports injury, etc.
SYMPTOMS
  • Sensation of needle-like pain between 2nd and 3rd digits or 3rd and 4th digits
  • Sensation of numbness of the toes and forefoot area (base of toes)
  • Sensation of sudden heat in affected area
SOLUTION
  • '2.ft Orthotics’ designed with a metatarsal support to reshape and realign the metatarsals of the forefoot.




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