Do you often have the feeling that there’s a pebble in your shoe or that your sock is bunched up under your foot? Perhaps you experience burning, numbness or pain in the ball of your foot. If so, you may have a neuroma, a condition that we see regularly in patients here at Podiatry Center […]
At Podiatry Center of New Jersey, one condition that we find puzzles our patients when they first experience symptoms is peripheral neuropathy. The signs of this disorder can vary and may include a tingling or burning sensation in the feet or a numbness and decrease in sensation. More troubling is also the potential for sharp, […]
Experiencing changes to your body as you get older is natural, but you may not be aware of how aging affects your feet. When you are in your twenties and thirties, your feet are at their strongest. The muscles begin losing their strength at this point, and the bones are thinning, which can lead to […]
Morton’s Neuroma is a condition that is painful and is located on the ball of your foot. It occurs when the tissue around a nerve leads to a toe thickening from the compression and irritation. It usually occurs between your third and fourth toe but can also affect the second and third toes. Middle-aged women […]
Morton’s neuroma is a nerve condition that occurs between the metatarsal bones of the toes. It usually happens between the second and third, or third and fourth toes, and involves a growth around a nerve that makes it feel like you have a pebble in your shoe. As the condition progresses, numbness, tingling, and pain […]
In the case of a foot neuroma, this condition affects nerves that supply your toes, so you will often feel tingling and numbness in your toes and the ball of the foot.