Ball of foot pain · Metatarsalgia · Mortons neuroma

Ball of foot pain · Metatarsalgia · Mortons neuroma

A burning and sometimes sharp pain in the ball of the foot which is usually aggravated when walking barefoot or on hard surfaces.

When the foot rolls in too far (over pronation), the spaces between the bones in the forefoot (metatarsals) become narrowed. Nerves and tendons can become pinched between these bones causing pain and swelling.

Sole Control Insoles help limit the amount of pronation, helping to maintain spaces between the bones of the forefoot (metatarsals), reducing the extent to which they are pinched.