Common among women who wear high heels or pointed toe shoes, Morton’s Neuroma is an inflammation of a nerve in the ball of the foot – commonly between the 3rd and 4th toes – and is the result of poor foot biomechanics.
Morton’s Neuroma sufferers often feel like they are constantly “walking on a marble”. They may also feel a constant sharp and “burning” pain on the bottom, or ball of the foot. Numbness over the ball of the foot can also occur.
Our Pain Relief Solutions
Good Feet arch supports featuring a metatarsal rise are designed to provide relief from excess pressure on the ball of the foot.
Additionally, stabilizing the four arches of the foot with Good Feet arch supports may improve the fit of a shoe.