NEUROMA OF MORTON
NEUROMA OF MORTON? PAIN IN THE FOOT THAT DO NOT LEAVE TO WALK
Well maybe not everyone knows what the Morton Neuroma is. It is a degenerative disease of one or more plantar nerves. It is generally located in the space between the third and fourth metatarsus, but also in the space between the second and third, between the fourth and the fifth, and very rarely between the first and the second.
It is a very strong foot pain up to the point individuals are forced to take off their shoes in order to alleviate the sensation of nervous kind pain.
The causes are many, among them are:
- Excessive utilization of tight footwear
- Long-time us of high-heel shoes
- Front-podalic hyper load
- Feet morphological alterations
- Feet micro trauma
- Postural deficiencies
Often the whole is “seasoned” by a big nervous system stress that increases and accelerates the appearance of Morton’s neuroma!
What to do then when you find yourself facing such a pain in the foot?
Certainly, in my opinion, the application of a bandage is a wrong thing and putting the foot into a plaster cast is even worst .This because it would limit the normal lymphatic circulation that in these cases should be even stimulated for a fast regeneration of the inflamed tissues!
Surely, the load on the foot has to be lightened, shoes that are more comfortable have to be worn, it has to be checked that there are no micro-fractures (an X-Ray should establish it) and the medical supervision of a specialist is necessary! Once all these steps were made, it is necessary to loosen the muscle and nerve bundles in the foot! Personally, I have always had great results (… and quickly ….) in solving this problem!
In the video-based course massage, I illustrate how to perform these steps. Access is immediate and free, and it will help you to solve many of these problems! These pains on the feet generally last from several weeks to several months!
The intention of the operator is to release muscular and nervous tension of the foot! It is vital to massage with the intent to “open up” the spaces that lie between a metatarsus and the other (see the direction of the red arrows pictured right)! Loosening well this area, the space for the passage of the nerve increases!
The latter tends now to reduce its inflammation status if it is not in a situation of oppression and the pain in the foot has not a sudden change of direction!
Personally, I taught these techniques to several of my customers (or better …to their partners ….) To carry out the treatment at home…
Good job then!
We’ve prepared a few step by step demonstration videos to let you discover how to immediately put these techniques into practise.
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