100 S. Cooper St. 49201
1325 N. Main St. 49221
4335 Jackson Rd 48103
Morton’s neuroma affects your forefoot or ball of your foot, between the metatarsal bones and toes. It’s also called intermetatarsal neuroma.
Morton’s neuroma surgery is important because the neuroma can become larger without treatment. The nerve damage may become permanent.
Morton’s neuroma can be painful. You should see your doctor if you are experiencing:
Problems are rare, but all procedures have some risk. The doctor will go over some problems that could happen, such as:
It’s possible to avoid and even reverse Morton’s neuroma by taking good care of your feet. Here’s what we suggest:
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Our doctor, specialize in Trauma/Injury/Fractures, Diabetic Foot Care, Foot and Ankle Medicine and Surgery, Pediatric Foot Care, Wound Care,, Arthritic Foot & Ankle, Custom Orthotics, Geriatric Foot Care, Ingrown Nails, Fall Prevention, Hammertoes, Sports Medicine, Bunions, Fungal Nails, Foot & Ankle Pain, and Flatfoot.
Dr. Martins has been trained in both Canada and the United States, mastering the art of foot and ankle surgery.
Podiatry services are covered by most insurance plans. We understand the process of submitting your claim and have the expertise to ensure rapid submission of your claim. For most patients, the experience of having their medical treatments paid for by the insurance company is an effortless and smooth process.
We also take Visa, Mastercard, Debit, Discover, Check and Cash. All Service and Products HSA or Flex spending accounts can be used. Receipt will be provided. We do not accept Medicaid as a secondary to PPO/ HMO or any combined medicare plans.
For our patient’s convenience, we offer our service for Morton’s neuroma surgery in Adrian, MI, Morton’s neuroma surgery in Ann Arbor, MI, and Morton’s neuroma surgery in Jackson, MI locations. We have our own digital x-ray, MRI, Cat-scan, and ultrasound equipment at many of our podiatry clinics. Our on-site podiatric physical therapy clinics allow for constant communication between the physicians and physical therapists, ensuring the most effective therapy and successful recovery for our patients.