Don’t let your neuroma get worse—learn about your treatment options today.
Do you have tingling, burning, numbness, or nerve pain in your foot? Does it feel like something’s inside the ball of your foot, kind of like your sock is bunched up? You might have a neuroma.
Typically occurring between the third and fourth toes, a neuroma is a thickening or enlargement of the nerve, usually caused by compression or nerve damage. Neuromas can happen to anyone, and are sometimes caused by shoes with tapered toe boxes (like high heels) and sports that require repetitive pounding on the ball of the foot, such as basketball.
The highly trained specialists at Anderson Podiatry Center know what it’s like to live with a neuroma: that’s why we were the first doctors in the Rocky Mountain region to offer a groundbreaking nerve decompression treatment that can offer long-lasting relief. Our podiatrists use the latest technology to reveal the exact stage of the neuroma and determine the most appropriate actions to take.
Our varied and affordable treatment options for neuropathy include:
- Custom orthotics or padding
- Cortisone injections, to reduce inflammation
- Nerve decompression surgery
- MLS® Laser Therapy
Anderson Podiatry Center’s neuropathy specialists could help you reduce your medications, improve your balance, and decrease your pain.
- Long-lasting relief is our goal
- We treat the underlying cause of the neuroma, not just the symptoms
- Most insurance plans accepted
- Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center