2. Morton’s Neuroma

Another frequent problem of the foot is a condition known as Morton’s neuroma. This ailment causes a range of symptoms in the foot, but it mostly affects the tissue surrounding the nerves. Most of the nerves in the foot are located at the bases of the toes, which can cause a range of sensations in the area. Numbness, for example, is often reported amongst patients; pain is also another possibility. Women are particularly susceptible to Morton’s neuroma due to extensive use of high heels. To prevent further complication, wear right padding and consider changing shoes.