Morton’s Neuroma

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A Morton’s neuroma results in nerve related pain that can present it self as numbness, burning, tingling and shooting pain in the forefoot. This pain tends to subside when barefoot and is worse when wearing footwear. A Morton’s neuroma is a fibrous mass that has built up as the result of a nerve that has been impinged.

A custom orthotic with forefoot support and proper footwear can completely abolish your symptoms! – Healthy Feet Staff

Symptoms

  • 1Numbness in the toes
  • 2Burning and tingling sensations
  • 3Increased pain in narrow footwear

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Brad Carpenter, Pedorthist

Brad Carpenter is a Certfied Pedorthist of Canada with over 10 years of experience. Brad started his career in British Columbia, where he completed his Pedorthic apprenticeship and became fully certified in 2004. After working as a Certified Pedorthist for a number of years he was promoted to a Mentor position in the Pedorthic apprenticeship program. Brad has since moved back to Ontario and has continued his Pedorthic carreer with the Burlington Foot Clinic, where he is the Team Lead and Clinical Pedorthist.