The pain from Morton's neuroma is commonly felt between the third and fourth toes or between the second and third toes. The exact cause is not clear. Some suggest it is due to swelling and or scarring of the nerve. Pain cam arise in the ball of the foot when weight is placed on the foot, as a catching sensation while walking or sharp pains that radiate out to the two toes where the nerve ends.
Physical Therapist will evaluate you, your shoes and gait and provide direct hands on treatment or mild electric patches to push anti-inflammatory meds.