What can you do for Morton’s Neuroma?

After evaluation and treatment have been established for Morton’s neuroma , your Elite physical therapist will give you handouts for a home exercise program to be done along with your treatments. This will consist of stretches for tight muscles to address muscle imbalances such as: Gastrocneumius stretches, Soleus stretches, forefoot stretches, ankle strengthening exercises with theraband in sitting and sometimes in standing with closed chain exercises to increase standing foot strength and standing foot mechanics.

Plantar Fasciitis Patient Story

Which came first for Margie, the Plantar Fasciitis or Morton’s Neuroma? Plantar fasciitis is a disorder resulting in pain in the heel and bottom surface of the foot. Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common causes of heel pain. Mortons Neuroma is a painful condition that affects one or both feet. People say that they feel as though they are standing on a rock caught in their shoe,

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