A Morton’s neuroma is a swollen, inflamed nerve between the bones at the ball of the foot. Where conservative treatments such as orthotics, padding and injections prove ineffective, surgery may be advised.

Dr Buckley performs a technique for Morton’s neuroma that involves removing (excising) the damaged nerve (neuroma) through a small incision over the top of the foot. Morton’s Neuroma surgery is a definitive treatment and can be a good option when other treatments have been ineffective and exhausted. The procedure is performed within a hospital on a day surgery basis and takes around 20-30 minutes. After Morton’s neuroma surgery, patients are permitted to bear weight on their foot straight away and are required to wear a splinted sandal for 2-6 weeks depending on their recovery.

The following short video explains the surgical procedure

To book a consultation with Dr Ned Buckley regarding morton’s neuroma surgery, please contact our clinic on 9481 8194 or use our online booking system for an instant appointment.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.