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The cause of Morton’s neuroma, or any neuroma, is not completely understood but they appear to form in response to constant irritation, like pressure from narrow shoes, or trauma from an injury.
Tight footwear that puts pressure on the front of your feet can cause or worsen Morton’s neuroma. Many high heels feature narrow toe boxes, and heels over 2 inches can increase the pressure you’re putting on your forefoot. Footwear for certain sports, like rock climbing or snow skiing, often trend toward too tight and may also increase your risk for Morton’s neuroma.
And, like many foot conditions, having one-foot deformity can increase your risk of developing others. Folks with high arches or flat feet can be at a greater risk for Morton’s neuroma because of the instability both conditions create in and around the toe joints. Bunions and hammertoes may also increase your risk of developing Morton’s neuroma.
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