Foot Injuries

Morton Neuroma

Morton’s neuroma or Morton’s syndrome is a compressed nerve in your forefoot, causing pain between the third and fourth toes. Symptoms • Sharp pain in the ball of the foot • Feeling as if you’re standing on a pebble or a marble • Numbness and tingling in the affected toes •Weight-bearing, especially pushing up on […]

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Heel Spur

A heel spur is a hooked bony growth protruding from under the heel bone (calcaneus). It has identical symptoms to and is often found to co-exist with plantar fasciitis. Symptoms Symptoms may be very similar to those of plantar fasciitis and include: Pain and tenderness under the heel, especially when weight-bearing. Pain may be worse

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