The Best (and Worst) Shoes for Your Neuroma Pain

The Best (and Worst) Shoes for Your Neuroma Pain

Morton’s neuroma is a condition that causes inflammation in the nerves between the bones in your toes. What results is a lot of pain in your feet and between your toes. Neuroma also makes it painful to walk. Wearing particular shoes can either worsen or help relieve this pain. 

If you’ve been experiencing swelling, tingling, or a burning pain between your toes when you stand or walk, these are all symptoms of Morton’s neuroma. Book a consultation with Francine Rhinehart, DPM, an experienced podiatrist in Dallas, Texas, to get an accurate diagnosis and begin treatment for your pain.

Read on to learn more about Morton’s neuroma and the best tips and tricks to cope with it, including what shoes to wear. 

The best shoes for your neuroma pain 

The types of shoes you wear are crucial when living with neuroma pain. Wearing appropriate shoes can help ease your pain. The best shoes for neuroma pain take pressure off the front of your foot. They should also adequately protect your feet when walking on hard surfaces.

The best shoes for neuroma pain are:

The worst shoes for your neuroma pain 

Wearing certain shows can make you more prone to developing a neuroma. If you already have the condition, it can worsen your symptoms and cause complications over some time. Shoes that pinch at your toes can worsen neuroma pain.

Wearing the following types of shoes regularly has been linked to neuroma pain:

Tips to relieve your pain 

Though wearing proper shoes goes a long way in helping you deal with the pain that Neuroma causes, here are some other tips and tricks to help you cope. 

Getting treatment for Morton’s neuroma is the best way to relieve your pain and heal your foot. Dr. Rhinehart provides several treatment options, from steroid injections to amniotic regenerative therapy. Get treatment for your pain today by booking an appointment online or calling 469-754-8960.

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