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Morton’s neuroma is caused when the nerve and the tissue surrounding the nerve, usually between the third and fourth toes, becomes irritated and inflamed. The pain from this condition (tingling, burning, or cramping) is commonly localized and can be either dull or sharp. Some people describe the pain like a pebble in their shoe. The symptoms are made worse during weight bearing activities.
To relieve neuromas, please see the book: Foot Pain Breakthrough