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Learn how foot neuromas are treated

How foot neuromas are treated

Learn how foot neuromas are treated

Neuromas main symptoms are a shooting pain between the toes and the ball of the foot and abnormal sensations, like having a pebble inside the shoe or if the sock is bunched up in that area. This is caused by the enlargement of a nerve and relief is usually immediate after removing shoes and rubbing the foot where it hurts.

Dr. Feldman, Dr. Pelto, Dr. Saviet, and Dr. Kellner teach all you want to know about neuroma treatments in this recorded webinar.

The doctors discussed the common causes of neuromas; what treatments are effective, and which are a waste of time; when should you consider a cortisone injection or surgery; and the best shoes to wear to avoid pain.  

Watch now "All About Neuromas" webinar.

 

 

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