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If you’re suffering from Morton’s neuroma, don’t look for pain relief by going to a surgeon until you’ve exhausted every other option. Try out these four, easy exercises that can be done from home and bring you some relief in just a couple of days. We love all of the comments on the video raving about their great results with simply the videos! Our goal is to keep you out of the office, including ours, but sometimes if there are a few issues going on home exercises alone will not fix it so make sure you schedule an appointment with your sports chiropractor or physical therapist to do a deep dive. Try them out and share your experience on YouTube. 

4 Exercises for Mortons Neuroma | Exercises to AVOID Surgery | How To Heal Mortons Neuroma Quickly here to give you evidence-based exercises to heal common complaints. Morton’s Neuroma is characterized by a sharp or burning sensation that can last for up to 10 minutes between the toes that may have begun on the sole of the foot. It may feel as if you are walking on marble and can hurt up the leg. Sometimes the toes will cramp or be numb. Do these 4 exercises to heal Morton’s neuroma quickly. 1. Plantar Fascia – Towel – One minute twice per day 2. Plantar Fascia Ball Roll. – One minute twice per day. We like this ball 3. Standing Gastroc Stretch – Hold for seven seconds and repeat the contract-relax cycle three times twice per day 4. Seated Resisted Big Toe Strengthening – Three sets of ten once per day. We like this band:

After a week of doing these exercises, you will feel much better. If that is not the case then a more thorough assessment is needed to determine what other factors are related to your pain. Please set up a free twenty-minute consult with us and we can help you figure out the best strategy to get you out of pain. Or if you need us to watch your form and make sure that you are doing everything correctly. Or if you need easier or more complicated exercises. New patients can set up a free twenty-minute consult or we can discuss it next time you are in the office. Exercise is a great way to be proactive about getting better and it is one of the tools we use to help you optimize your body along with adjusting the 26 bones in the foot and working the soft tissue in your foot (with Graston Technique, Fascial Distortion Model, and Active Relief Therapy) in order to keep you out of doctors offices- including ours.