There are different treatment options for a Morton's Neuroma.

For conservative treatment, the first option is to reduce the pressure of the neuroma on the nerve. This is done by using a metatarsal pad and/ or in conjunction with custom foot orthotics. A cortisone injection may also be helpful to reduce the inflammation, swelling and pain of the neuroma.

If conservative treatment is not controlling the neuroma pain it may be necessary to perform surgery and surgically remove the neuroma in the foot.

Tired of that nagging forefoot pain? Schedule an exam with one of our experienced podiatrists. 

Contact our office at 562-433-0478.


Richard H. Graves, DPM
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Podiatrist, Sports Medicine Specialist