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Specifically, Morton’s Neuroma is a swollen, inflamed nerve in the foot, is more common in women and can be a result of wearing high heels or tight shoes.
Morton’s Neuroma symptoms are often characterized by the feeling of constantly "walking on a marble," or persistent/ "burning" sharp pain on the bottom of the foot, or pain in the ball of the foot. Odd sensations or numbness over the ball of the foot are common symptoms as well.
Good Feet’s line of arch supports and orthotics which feature a metatarsal rise are designed to provide relief from excess pressure on the ball of the foot as well as the bunching together of toes which can cause Morton’s Neuroma. Customers have experienced reduction in pain, prevention or complete elimination of the pain and swelling associated with Morton’s Neuroma as a result of wearing Good Feet products enhanced with a metatarsal rise. Visit a Good Feet Store to be personally fit for the supports that work best for you.
Good Feet is a retail establishment and not a medical provider. We do not diagnose, prescribe or fill prescriptions. For serious health issues, please consult your physician.
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