Morton's Neuroma Shoes

Shoes for Morton's Neuroma

The Walking Co offers a wide range ofbestshoesfor Morton’s neuromaspecifically designed to help reduce pain. They included specially designed features such as:

  • Wide toe box to eliminate pressure
  • Arch support to help evenly distribute weight across the foot
  • Ergonomic orthotic footbed to reduce stress on the foot
  • Cushioning for shock absorption

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"BEST SHOES EVER!"

I have thick feet, osteoarthritis, fallen arches, neuroma and bunion surgery on both feet years ago. I have finicky feet! These shoes were incredibly comfortable right out of the box. Love these! Looking forward to purchasing a cool weather pair next!!

-MaryD

"Awesome for Neuroma"

Have 2 pair of these in different shades. Allows me to were slip on flip flopswithout an arch insert. Love these for my nerve condition.

-Barbara

"SO comfy, especially with Morton's Neuroma problem"

These sandals are wide enough in the toes, have nice padding, etc. They are very, very comfortable, allowing me to wear dresses. SO GLAD I FOUND THESE.

-Mysharon

Men's Shoes for Morton's Neuroma

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Morton's Neuroma Treatment

Morton's Neuroma Treatment

What Causes Morton's Neuroma?

Morton’s Neuroma is often associated with wearing high-heeled shoes. It is caused by the thickening of the tissue between the third and fourth toe, and it manifests as a feeling of burning on the ball of the foot, which may radiate to the toes. It can also cause the toes to feel numb or tingly, and it may feel as though there is a pebble in the bottom of your shoe.

Recovery

There are fortunately a lot of at-home treatments that can reduce pain caused by Morton’s neuroma and help you recover. Here are some steps you can take:

  • Find the right shoes. Wear shoes like sneakers and flats that don’t have a heel. Try to find a pair of shoes with a wide toe box, since this can help your feet spread out and distribute weight more evenly.
  • Wear soft insoles or pads. This can help support the metatarsal arch, which will reduce pressure on the nerve and compression when you walk.
  • Wear an orthotic. This can help reduce pressure on the nerve.
  • Rest and keep your foot elevated whenever possible. Avoid being on your feet too much.
  • Ice the area for 20 minutes every few hours to reduce inflammation.

If none of these at-home remedies help, and you’re still in pain, you should consult your doctor.

The Authority on Comfort

The Walking Co offers a wide range of shoes specifically designed to help reduce pain caused by Morton’s neuroma. They included specially designed features such as: 

  • Wide toe box to allow the toes to spread out and reduce pressure
  • Arch support to help evenly distribute weight across the feet
  • Ergonomic orthotic footbed to reduce stress on the foot 
  • Cushioning for shock absorption and improved comfort

For many people, finding the right shoes is the key to start healing, and we’re here to support you every step of the way.  

The Walking Co. The Authority on Comfort to help you Keep on Walking.