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Treating Morton's neuroma — an often misunderstood foot pain

from Monthly Prescribing Reference

According to the American Podiatric Medical Association, people in the U.S. log approximately 75,000 miles on their feet by age 50 years,1 making foot pain a common complaint heard in healthcare clinics across the nation. "Abnormalities in gait, ill-fitting shoes, repetitive motion, and trauma can all result in foot pain," said Andrew Rader, DPM, founder of Indiana Foot & Ankle in Newburgh. "One common cause is neuralgia in the intermetatarsal region of the forefoot, known as Morton's neuroma." more


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