Morton’s Neuroma Surgery

Interdigital Neuroma Surgery

Excision of a neuroma is where part of the damaged nerve that is causing pain and irritation is removed. The procedure may be carried out under local anaesthesia, sedation or general anaesthesia as a day case; you will only need to be admitted into hospital for half a day. Your surgeon will make a small incision over the top of the foot above the neuroma. Nerves on either side of the neuroma are carefully cut and the neuroma is removed.

What are the alternatives to surgery?

Surgery for Morton’s Neuroma is often a last resort treatment and will be attempted if more conservative measures have failed to resolve the issue. See non-surgical treatments for Morton’s Neuroma

Morton’s Neuroma Surgery Recovery

Following the procedure you should rest at home for two weeks. For non manual work you can then return work at two weeks postoperative. At six weeks following the procedure you can return to high impact activities.