Ball of Foot Pain Type II (Morton's Neuroma)
Commonly associated with Metatarsalgia (see previous condition), this
condition is generally caused by entrapment of the interdigital nerve lying between the third and
fourth metatarsal bones. Ball of Foot Pain (Morton’s Neuroma) exhibits similar symptoms to
Metatarsalgia, but may also cause numbness, tingling and discoloration of the third and fourth
ORTHAHEEL may greatly assist in the early stages of
Morton’s Neuroma when damage to the nerve sheath is minimal. ORTHAHEEL re-aligns the metatarsal shafts
and prevents interdigital nerve jamming. Severe fibrosis of the interdigital nerve may require surgery.
However, ORTHAHEEL may prevent further problems post-operatively.