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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    Scar tissue from Morton's neuroma removal

    I had a Morton's neuroma removed from under my right foot. Three years on, I still have pain in my foot when walking. I think it is from the thick scar tissue putting pressure against nerves in my feet. I can only wear soft, thick-soled, low shoes with good arch support or else the pain is unbearable.

    Is there anything that can be done to get rid of the scar tissue? I have tried various moisturising creams, including Vitamin E. Thick, castor oil soaked foot pads taped over the scar tissue and worn under a thick sock did help ease the pain but the pain returned when I stopped doing this.
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