Morton's Neuroma: Wrong Diagnosis!

In this video, Mr McCulloch addresses the complexities of diagnosing Morton's neuroma, noting that misdiagnosis or incomplete diagnosis is common. He explains that Morton's neuroma can exist without symptoms, similar to how hard skin might develop on the foot without pain until a certain point. The size of the neuroma, the space between metatarsal bones, and the presence of other conditions like plantar plate injury can all influence pain and diagnosis. He stresses the importance of an expert ultrasound scan by experienced practitioners, recommending centres where Morton's neuroma is frequently treated for accurate diagnosis.

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