[Cdt-l] Sometimes you're the windshield.....
hikertrash at gmail.com
Tue May 6 21:36:15 CDT 2008
Add me to the list with Morton's nueroma (in both feet), atleast I'm fairly
sure I have it reading what I could find on Google about it and very similar
to both Jim and Dan's experiences. Best I've been able to come up when the
pain is unbearable is to stop walking and scrunch my toes. Sometimes I'll
be able to go 10 feet, others a mile, more or less. It sucks. Today, (on
the PCT Bear Bear) I bought some new insoles (Sole Ultra) that are heated to
200* for 2 minutes prior to placing in the shoe to mold to your feet. I'm
not sure yet how well they'll work, but they noticably offer more arch
support and cushion than Super Feet.,
If anyone else comes up with another cure short of surgery, let us know.
On 5/5/08, danandgailsc at aol.com <danandgailsc at aol.com> wrote:
> I think I am in the early stages of the same thing--sharp, almost
> electric, numbing, or hot pain between 3rd and 4th toes of left foot,
> sometimes extending up my left leg--usually not a problem until around six
> miles of running or vigorous walking. It was aggravated by a new pair of
> shoes that was confining. It has not been diagnosed, but I did some online
> "research." Allowing plenty of toebox room helps me.
> and sometimes you're the...... whatever.
> Turns out that Jim's broken toe isn't broken - it's Morton's neuroma. Anybody
> have any ideas about treatment, prognosis, etc? Any experience?
> Suspicion is that this'll put a major crimp in our long-distance hiking plans
> for the summer.
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