This is a condition that causes pain at the ball of your foot secondary to a thickening of tissue around one of the nerves leading to your toes. Neuromas can occur between any of your toes. However, the most common area is between your third and fourth toes, this is called a Morton’s neuroma.


  • Abnormal foot mechanics
  • Close proximity of metatarsal heads
  • High arch foot
  • Improper shoe gear
  • Repeated stress causing thickening of the nerve

Signs & Symptoms

  • Burning pain between toes
  • Foot or toe cramping
  • Toes may separate when standing
  • Swelling between the toe
  • Feeling of standing on a pebble or folded sock

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