What Is Morton’s Neuroma

Morton’s Neuroma is an agonizing condition. As a podiatrist, I can tell you that this condition is certainly nothing you want to ignore. Hi, my name is Doctor Paul Betschart and I would like to teach my friends in Connecticut today about the interesting yet debilitating disease called Morton’s Neuroma. Morton’s Neuroma is a condition where the lateral plantar nerve joins with the the medial plantar nerve to form one large nerve between the third and fourth toes. When you walk and put pressure on this enlarged nerve, radiating pain is often felt throughout the foot, and some may feel as if they have a pebble in their shoe. At my offices in Danbury and Middlebury we want to help those suffering with Morton’s Neuroma and keep the problem from growing more severe. I invite you to come see me, and let me bring you some much-needed relief!

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