'Metatarsalgia' is a generic term coined to describe generalised pain in the forefoot.
This can be caused by a myriad of factors, but may be eased through specialist footwear advice and provision of bespoke devices.
The pain can be caused through physical changes, such as arthritis and loss of fibrofatty padding, or may be secondary to systemic problems such as peripheral neuropathy secondary to B12 deficiency.
A thorough discussion around your medical history and neurovascular assessment is taken as a baseline in order to deduce the source of your pain in order to follow the appropriate treatment pathway.
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