Morton's Neuroma Forefoot Pain
"For many year I have had pain in the front of my foot, to the point I could hardly shop. I did not want to have surgery or steroid injections. So I reluctantly went to see Stuart after a few treatments of Shockwave Therapy I have never had the pain again and can happily shop" Denise Wilkinson
Morton's neuroma is a very painful foot condition that affects one of the nerves between the toes. It's also known as Morton's metatarsalgia or interdigital neuroma. A nerve in the foot becomes irritated and thickened, which can cause severe pain, it can occur in one foot or both feet. People describe it as feeling like they have a stone in their shoe. The exact cause is not certain. Symptoms include pain, burning, numbness and tingling between two of the toes of the foot. Poor footwear, tight shoes and walking bare feet on hard surface are thought to be contributing factors.
After a successful course of Shockwave therapy (ESWT) treatments with Stuart Brown at A-King Feet, Solihull, Denise has avoided painful injections, surgery and the risks associated with it.
About A-King Feet
Stuart Brown BSc (Hons) MChS HPC No. CH253396
Having received a Birmingham university degree in Podiatry, Stuart has trained in many chiropody specialities within local hospitals/health centres and now transferred these skills into his clinics. A-King Feet, Solihull and Manor Walk offer Radial Shockwave Therapy (RSW) using the lastest Storz Medical equipment.