From the name alone, it’s clear that Morton’s neuroma is hardly an enjoyable experience. The condition is best described as numbness or a burning sensation in the feet. Often, patients will even say it feels like they’re walking on pebbles. This condition occurs because the nerve between the 3rd and 4th metatarsal is either pinched or enlarged. Although it sounds very serious, there are plenty of treatment options in place for this condition.

Dr. Tanno Kaur of Greater Washington Advanced Podiatry has some advice on how to get rid of Morton’s neuroma and will teach you how to go from feeling like you’re walking on broken glass to walking on air. Welcome back to Podiatry in Minutes, brought to you by Greater Washington Advanced Podiatry! Check out the latest episode of the miniseries below to find out how to rid yourself of this painful condition.

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