A neuroma occurs due to the inflammation of the nerve that runs between the long bones of the foot, or metatarsals, leading to each toe. It usually occurs between the 3rd and 4th toe, but it may affect any of the toes. If you come into our office for diagnosis and treatment of a neuroma, there are often treatment plans that we can implement that first visit that will allow you to keep running. So don't let neuroma pain stop you from running. Make an appointment with one of our doctors today.
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