Can toe pulling beat ‘high heels’ pain in the foot? Chiropractic treatment helped 80% of patients suffering with Morton’s neuroma

Morton’s neuroma may not be life-threatening, but it can prove deeply painful — it’s often compared to standing on a pebble.

The foot pain, sometimes caused by years of wearing high heels, is caused by the nerve that lies between the metatarsals, the long bones in the feet, becoming trapped and then thickening.

There is no cure — and the first line of treatment, insoles in the shoes, is largely ineffective for most people, while steroid injections to reduce inflammation and pain give only temporary relief. But could chiropractic offer a new option?

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