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Morton’s neuroma is a very painful foot condition that affects the ball of your foot. It is caused by a thickening of the tissue around one of your toe’s nerves. Symptoms include a burning pain in the ball of your foot that radiates into your toes, tingling and numbness in your toes, and the feeling of standing on a pebble or rock in your shoes. The condition can be diagnosed and treated by a foot doctor or foot specialist in Sugar Land .

Watch this informative video for more information about Morton’s neuroma. Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Tracy Pesut reviews the causes, symptoms, and treatment options for the disorder. A podiatrist near you can perform diagnostic tests or discuss certain risk factors of Morton’s neuroma with you.