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Most Comfortable Morton's Neuroma Footwear

Understanding Morton’s Neuroma signs & symptoms

Ever feel as though there is a tiny pebble stuck under your foot? If so, you are not alone. Morton’s Neuroma is a common condition that can cause the above symptom, a tingling or numbness in the toe area or a burning sensation around the ball of foot that projects to the toes. With Morton’s neuroma shoes and orthotics for Morton’s neuroma, you can overcome this pain and lead a healthy and active lifestyle.

How shoes affect Morton’s neuroma

Ill fitting shoes can cause Morton’s neuroma or exacerbate it. Tight fitting, narrow shoes or heels that place excessive pressure on the ball of foot are to blame. On the other hand, shoes for Morton’s neuroma do the exact opposite and prevent the start of the condition as well as help provide Morton’s neuroma relief if it does exist.

Treatment for Morton’s neuroma

Finding Morton’s neuroma relief is relatively easy and doesn’t require much or any medical intervention in most cases. It all comes down to wearing Morton’s neuroma shoes, Morton’s neuroma insoles, limitingany impact activities that puts pressure on the ball of foot and rest.

Most Comfortable Morton's Neuroma Footwear

Morton's Neuroma Footwear Guide

Understanding Morton’s Neuroma signs & symptoms

Ever feel as though there is a tiny pebble stuck under your foot? If so, you are not alone. Morton’s Neuroma is a common condition that can cause the above symptom, a tingling or numbness in the toe area or a burning sensation around the ball of foot that projects to the toes. With Morton’s neuroma shoes and orthotics for Morton’s neuroma, you can overcome this pain and lead a healthy and active lifestyle.

How shoes affect Morton’s neuroma

Ill fitting shoes can cause Morton’s neuroma or exacerbate it. Tight fitting, narrow shoes or heels that place excessive pressure on the ball of foot are to blame. On the other hand, shoes for Morton’s neuroma do the exact opposite and prevent the start of the condition as well as help provide Morton’s neuroma relief if it does exist.

Treatment for Morton’s neuroma

Finding Morton’s neuroma relief is relatively easy and doesn’t require much or any medical intervention in most cases. It all comes down to wearing Morton’s neuroma shoes, Morton’s neuroma insoles, limitingany impact activities that puts pressure on the ball of foot and rest.

Arch Booster

Orthofeet's Arch Booster

Add Orthofeet's Arch Booster under the orthotic insole to enhance support & reduce pressure at the
heel & ball-of-foot.

*Not included with slippers

Orthofeet’s Pain Relief Technology offers the best solution for Morton’s Neuroma

Orthofeet’s Pain Relief Technology offers the
best solution for
Morton’s Neuroma

“Fit well, quickly corrected and cured my Morton Neuroma. ”

 

– Keith Edwards

Recommended shoes for MORTON’S NEUROMA

Wide last design

Orthotic shoes or healthy footwear brands understand the importance of designing shoes that fit the ‘real’ shape of the foot, which is not a narrow straight silhouette. The shape of the foot curves, so designing wider shoes from the heel to toe area will create a comfortable and pressure free fit.

Extra depth

Additional room all around creates a super comfortable feel for the feet.

Wide forefoot

Allowing the toes to spread out is vital! Too many shoes have a narrow or pointed toe that squeezes the toes together. A wide, round and high toe box provides ample space for the toes to move around and prevent the condition from progressing.

Low heel

A minimal heel to toe drop, or almost flat shoe is ideal to prevent pressure and weight from being transferred to the forefoot area.

Cushioning

An insole with a met pad or cushioning behind the metatarsal heads is essential to offload pressure in the ball of foot area.

Anatomical Insole

Shoes with a built in orthotic footbed keeps the foot in the correct position, aligns the body and evenly distributes weight along the foot, preventing pinching near the nerve.