Easy Home Tips For Relieving Neuroma Pain

When you attend the Missoula Children’s Theatre musical production of The Wizard of Oz on Saturday, January 24, at Lakewood Cultural Center, Dorothy’s ruby slippers will play a large role in the story. Shoes play a large role in most women’s lives, and that can be good or bad. Shoes protect your feet, support your movement, and keep your feet warm. If they are like Dorothy’s, they can also throw you off balance and pinch your toes—causing a neuroma.

Morton’s neuroma is a thickening of a nerve between two of your smaller toes that can cause tingling, burning pain under the ball of your foot. A pinched nerve from too-tight shoes or high heels will send off pain signals. The fibrous growth that forms around the nerve tissue may also feel uncomfortable, thick, and numb—like you are walking on a bunched-up sock. Here are some easy remedies you can try at home to relieve the pressure and pain and avoid more invasive treatment:

Whatever road you are heading down, make the journey more comfortable by using these tips to relieve your pain and get you home again—safe and sound. If you still have pain after conservative treatment, contact Rocky Mountain Foot & Ankle Center in Lakewood, CO, at (303) 423-2520 for more help.

Author Rocky Mountain Foot & Ankle Center

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