Posts Tagged: mortons neuroma

Morton’s Toe – Symptoms and Treatment

Morton’s Toe is defined as second toe is longer than your big toe. This condition may seem inconsequential but it can put extreme pressure at the back of the second toe on the the ball of the foot area. Metatarsalgia can develop from Morton’s Toe as undue pressure can result in extreme pain. Additionally, foot […]

Pronation: What is it and how much is too much?

Over-Pronation is a common and damaging medical problem. Pronation is a turning outward of the foot at the ankle, so that one has a tendency to walk on the inner border of the foot. The most common reason for foot problems is due to Over-Pronation.  A certain amount of pronation is necessary to walk properly.  […]

Morton’s Neuroma

Morton’s neuroma occurs in a nerve in the foot, often between the third and fourth toes. The condition involves a thickening of the tissue around one of the nerves leading to the toes. A neuroma is caused by repeated friction and pressure on the nerve, which in turn causes the nerve to scar and become […]

Besides Plantar Fasciitis, what other types of foot problems are common?

Plantar Fasciitis is very common which is why it is so well known; but, there are many other foot ailments that are also common, just not as well known. They are IT Bank Syndrome, Morton’s Neuroma, Heel Spurs, Metatarsaglia, Bunions, Hammer Toes, Shin Splints, Achilles Tendonitus, and even pain in joints such as ankles, knees, […]