Stop compressing the nerves in your feet.
Wear footwear that will provide long-term relief from your pain.
Ease your symptoms. Support your treatment plan. Get back to feeling good.
How can our shoes help?
Footwear can provide relief from the pain experienced with Morton’s Neuroma. It can also give your nerves a chance to heal and normalise.
To help with symptoms, the main aim is to relieve forefoot pressure. Our range of rocker-sole shoes can help minimise the amount of weight you are putting through your feet.
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Offload forefoot pressure to help ease your pain.
The rockersole in HOKA footwear will help alleviate painful pressure points in your forefoot, and the cushioning absorbs vibrations from the ground that can irritate your Morton’s Neuroma – significantly reducing that shooting, stabbing pain.
The toe-box is wide too, which will help prevent compression of your feet and relieve pressure around the nerves.
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Support your treatment plan
If your podiatrist has given you an orthotic to help with your Morton's Neuroma, you'll want to make sure it's in the right pair of shoes. Browse our collection of footwear that feature removable footbeds and suitable for custom inserts.
Why choose us?
ShoeFit.uk exists to help you find footwear that is comfortable, fit for purpose, and can help you with specific medical conditions.
Our partnership with medical professionals allows us to provide our customers with the best possible service and information. We can help you find the right type of shoe for your condition, as well as provide you with advice on how to wear them properly so that you get the most out of them.
What Is Morton's Neuroma?
Morton's Neuroma is a common foot condition that causes pain, tingling, and numbness in the ball of ythe foot. It occurs when a thickening of tissue forms around the nerves leading tht etoes, causing discomfort and even making it difficult to walk or engage in physical activity. Common causes of Morton's neuroma include wearing tight or poorly-fitting footwear, high heels, and general overuse.
If left untreated, Morton's neuroma can escalate and become more persistent, making day-to-day activities difficult. However, there are ways to manage and alleviate the symptoms. One of the most straight-forward solutions is to wear comfortable, supportive shoes that can help to offload pressure in the affected area, offering much-needed relief.
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