neuroma is a sharp, stabbing, painful condition that affects the ball
of your foot, most commonly between your 3rd and 4th toes.
the pain decreases when you stop ambulating and massage the area.
This condition is benign and fixable. It may feel like you are
standing on a small rock.
neuroma is a thickening of the tissue around the nerves between the
metatarsals that extend to adjacent toes. This may cause burning,
numbness and stinging. Improper footwear or traumas are the main
reasons this condition develops. They cause compression and injury
to the nerve. Eventually, if the compression continues, the nerve
regenerates itself with thick fibrous tissue that causes the swollen
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