Re: mortons nueroma surgery

: I am due to have surgery for a mild nueroma but people on this website seem to have had bad expereiences with surgery/recurrance of symptoms later. Has anyone had a good experience/would anyone advice against surgery. I am worried if I don't go ahead with it now the condition will become much worse and I will be unable to walk at all as has happened on 2 days this year. I am hoping to resume sport after surgery but am worried this will not be possible based on comments from other people.

Hi, I was wondering what you decided. I,m in the same boat today. I hope you are well and would like to here about the outcome.
Aloha & Thanks, D.McManus - Maui, Hi

Posted By Dickie McManus on August 31, 2004 at 16:33:01:

In Reply to: mortons nueroma surgery posted by Sue Clarke on August 22, 2001 at 15:44:10:

Affix a gel dot onto this spoon-shaped foam protector to give your bunion instant relief by softly cushioning the bunion from the hard surface of the shoe. The gel dot is key to protect and moisturize the bunion by releasing a high grade mineral oil onto the tender skin.


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