By Audi, Already Pretty Contributor
Today I’ll be discussing my ongoing battle with foot pain caused by Morton’s neuroma, and what I’ve learned about it so far. I’ve included a resource list at the bottom of the post for convenience.
About 13 years ago I started noticing intermittent pain in the ball of my right foot. Generally it would feel as if the bones between my third and fourth toes were cracking together, and sometimes it was more of a stabbing or burning sensation. Eventually the pain became more frequent and started cropping up in the left foot as well, and recently I decided to take serious action and get it under control. It started with research which led me to conclude that I had Morton’s neuroma, a hypothesis that was confirmed when I finally saw a podiatrist.