Please answer the following questions regarding your condition and foot pain, to help determine the likelihood that you are suffering from Morton’s Neuroma.
Do you experience a burning, or pins and needle sensation in your forefoot?
Do you experience a lump in the foot, or stone in the shoe sensation?
Does the pain radiate into your toes?
Is the pain relieved by removing your shoe and massaging your foot?
Does the pain ever wake you up during the night?
Do you have a history of sciatica that has occurred at the same time as your foot pain?
Do you notice any clicking sensations in your forefoot or toes when you walk or run?
Does the position of your toes appear different or abnormal? Are your toes clawed, or spayed or raised?
Are you able to pinpoint a specific area in which the pain radiates from?
Is the pain located in the 2nd/3rd interspace, or the 3rd/4th interspace? (Your big toe would be classed as Toe 1, and the interspaces would be the area in between the toes.)
Are you able to bend and move your toes normally?
Is the pain ever so intense that you feel you have to stop walking, or stop the activity you are doing?
This quiz is a patient tool intended determine the likelihood of the patient having a Morton's Neuroma, based on the most common symptoms of the condition. In no way does it act as a replacement or alternative to a medical consultation, diagnosis or advice. We advise that if patients have any concerns regarding medical conditions or treatment options they consult their GP, Podiatrist or relevant medical personnel. No decisions regarding treatment for Morton's Neuroma should be made on the basis of the results of this quiz, and such decisions should be made following the relevant medical assessments, scans and advice. This results of this quiz do not guarantee nor exclude the presence of a Morton's Neuroma. It is possible for patients to obtain a high score, but for the relevant medical assessments to exclude a Morton's Neuroma. Vice Versa, you may be suffering from Morton's Neuroma, but only achieve a low score from this quiz.
Thank you for submitting your quiz results. A member of the team will be in touch with more information regarding cryosurgery for the treatment of Morton’s neuroma, and to assist you with any questions you may have.