Steroid Injections For Morton's Neuroma: Possible Complications

In this video, Mr McCulloch addresses the use of steroid injections in managing Morton's neuroma. He expresses the view that while steroid injections can be effective, they are often overused and should not be the go-to treatment, especially when used repetitively. He explains how these injections particularly help with bursitis, commonly associated with Morton's neuroma, possibly explaining their symptomatic relief. However, he points out that the relief is often temporary. The video also covers the risks associated with steroid injections, providing a comprehensive overview of their role in treating this condition.

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