I was diagnosed with Morton’s Neuroma in Feb 2017.  My symptoms where intermittent pain while walking that worsened the longer I walked and an almost constant feeling of crumbled sockets in my shoe.

Initial treatment involved shoe modification without effect.  Treatment options discussed included surgery, cortisone injection ( injection was completely ineffective) and laser treatment. In order to avoid surgery I opted to try the laser treatment.  After multiple sessions(12), I would estimate the frequency of the pain has been reduced 90%, the crumbled sock symptom has been eliminated completely.  Most of the time I don’t even think about my foot.  I have discussed my treatment with my primary care physician and my FAA AME.  Both remain skeptical of the treatment.

I am extremely satisfied with my treatment and the results.  I would unequivocally recommend this treatment.

David F.
Tucson, AZ