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What is Morton’s Neuroma and what causes it?

What Is Morton’s Neuroma?

Morton’s neuroma (also known as Morton’s metatarsalgia, Morton’s neuralgia, plantar neuroma, and intermetatarsal neuroma) is a swelling on a nerve tunnel under the foot resulting in inflammation, swelling, and pain, which becomes chronic (because we continually walk on it). This is much like carpal tunnel on the wrist (because we continually use it in a certain way).

What Causes Morton’s Neuroma?

It is thought to develop through chronic stress and inflammation of a nerve. Inflammation in the joints is also thought to irritate the nerve and lead to Morton’s neuroma symptoms.


  1. ray

    August 4, 2015 at 8:28 pm

    Hi I’m buying serrapeptase plus 80 in curcumin 4000 and a b vitamin complex for my morton neuroma how and when should I take these things throughout the day for best results I’m a 28 year old male I can barely walk any other info to help me is greatly appreciated thank you

  2. malai

    December 22, 2015 at 11:11 pm

    The above link doesn’t work. Is there an updated link? I am interested in the complete plan to cure MN. Thanks

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¿Qué es el Neuroma de Morton y qué lo causa?

¿Qué es el Neuroma de Morton?

El neuroma de Morton (también conocido como metatarsalgia de Morton, neuralgia de Morton, neuroma plantar y neuroma intermetatarsiano) es una hinchazón en un túnel nervioso debajo del pie que produce inflamación, hinchazón y dolor, que se vuelve crónica (porque continuamente caminamos sobre ella). Esto es muy parecido al túnel carpiano en la muñeca (porque la usamos continuamente).


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