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Do compression socks help Morton's Neuroma?

Asked a year ago

I've been dealing with Morton's Neuroma for a while now and it's been causing me a lot of discomfort. I've heard that compression socks can help with the pain and swelling of other lower leg conditions, but I'm not sure if they'll help with this condition specifically. I don't want to waste my money on something that won't work. Will compression socks give me any relief? Thank you in advance!

Rubi Holder

Monday, April 03, 2023

Yes, Compression socks decrease the pain caused by Morton's Neuroma and they may help provide temporary relief from the symptoms such as pain and swelling. In addition, compression socks also help in the recovery phase after the surgery for faster healing.

However, they do not solve the cause of the condition and should not be used as an alternative to proper medical treatment.

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