Three steps to comfort - how runners treat Morton's neuroma at home. When runners talk foot pain, how common is Morton's neuroma? Morton's neuroma is the single most common reason for forefoot pain in runners and is found more often than most... (read more)
Summary Symptoms Read More Video Summary Morton's Neuroma is a painful condition of the forefoot that is caused by the entrapment of the common intermetatarsal nerve as it passes through the forefoot to the toes. This condition was first... (read more)
Summary Symptoms Read More Summary Metatarsalgia is a generic term used to describe non-specific forefoot pain in the region of the metatarsal bones. Most clinicians agree that metatarsalgia is actually pain from the metatarsal bones that... (read more)
Summary Symptoms Read More Summary Freiberg's infraction is an ischemic condition specific to the lesser metatarsal heads, most commonly the second metatarsal. Also known as avascular necrosis or AVN, Freiberg's infraction results in a... (read more)
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