Christmas Availability Mortons Neuroma

Christmas Availabilty

Christmas is fast approaching, and for a lot of people, it’s a great time to relax and recharge! Many people take advantage of this break from work to arrange their Cryosurgery and allow for extra recovery time.

If this is something that you feel work  well for you, please see our availability below. (We will be updating this information daily – please book early to avoid disappointment)

Our remaining December availability is as follows:

  • Tuesday 20th December (FULLY BOOKED) – SHEFFIELD
  • Wednesday 21st December (FULLY BOOKED) – SHEFFIELD
  • Thursday 22nd December (Limited) – SHEFFIELD
Our clinic shutdown period is from the 23rd December – 3rd January. Appointments in the new year will commence from Tuesday 3rd January.
Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year from the entire Barn Clinic team.


Mortons Neuroma Footpain

Morton’s Neuroma and Other Causes of Cycling Foot Pain

With the rise in popularity of cycling since the success of British riders in the Tour de France and Rio Olympics, the number of cycling related forefoot problems we’ve seen at The Barn Clinic has increased.

This is no great surprising considering cycling requires the transfer of power from the legs in a ‘piston like’ motion through the pedals. The resultant compressional forces can detrimentally affect the delicate nerves in the forefoot resulting in burning, tingling and numbness in the forefoot.

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Mortons Neuroma Tennis Pain

Don’t Let Morton’s Neuroma Ruin Your Tennis Season!

It’s that time of year again when Wimbledon takes over and the UK catches a case of the annual tennis bug.

Wimbledon finalist Milos Raonic has famously been suffering with Morton’s neuroma, so we think a huge ‘congratulations’ is in order for him overcoming his neuroma, and bagging second place at Wimbledon.

But what if you’ve not been as lucky as Mr. Raonic, and your Morton’s neuroma is holding you back from getting back onto the courts? Well, at The Barn Clinic we know tennis (and we LOVE tennis). Having treated a Wimbledon Men’s Champion, we like to think we’re pretty knowledgeable about the unique strains and requirements that tennis places on our feet.

Of course everyone’s heard of tennis elbow, but you might be surprised to learn that the most common tennis injuries are related to the foot and ankle.

Here are our top tips for managing that Morton’s neuroma pain and keeping your feet comfortable during tennis season.

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