Re: Morton's neuroma

Carol, as soon as you can, see a podiatrist, as justin said. I did not do that, and my neuroma became so sore I could not walk. The doctor told me the proper orthotics for mto do my walking on concrete, try grass, and buy good, roomy walking shoes. As soon as they lose their holding power, toss them out. I got a very expensive padded pair of shoes, kept them in good repair for a year, and bought another pair. Nerves take a long time to heal, but now I am fine. I wish you good health.

Posted By Nelle on October 15, 2004 at 18:08:30:

In Reply to: Morton's neuroma posted by Carol on October 03, 2004 at 17:18:28:

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