What is the recovery time for Morton neuroma surgery?
Recovery after Morton’s neuroma (neurectomy) surgery is generally quick. Patients typically are walking on the operated foot in a post-surgical fr0m day one, and use the shoe for about, 2–4 weeks, depending on healing. Return to regular shoes is 2-6 weeks after the surgery.
How soon can I walk after Morton’s neuroma surgery?
Morton’s Neuroma Surgery Recovery
Recovery after Morton’s neuroma (neurectomy) surgery is generally quick. Typically patients are walking on the operated foot in a post-surgical shoe for 2 – 4 weeks, depending on healing.
How long does pain last after Morton’s neuroma surgery?
Skin sutures are removed 2 weeks after surgery, and once removed normal bathing with foot immersion is allowed. It is normal to have “zinger-like” pains in the area of the surgery for several weeks or months afterward. Activity after surgery will be limited, and tenderness in the ball-of-foot is expected.
What happens after Morton’s neuroma surgery?
After your surgery, your foot and ankle will be bandaged, and these bandages remain on for two weeks. You will be shown how to walk in your special orthopaedic shoe, which protects your foot. Most patients are able to go home on the same day as their operation.
How successful is neuroma surgery?
The success rate ranges from 51 % to 85 % in long-term follow up [9, 10, 13, 15]. The purpose of this study was to document the postoperative long-term results of excision of interdigital neuromas and to assess possible adverse events and complications.
How long does it take for nerves to heal after foot surgery?
Nerves typically grow about an inch per month, and once the insulating cover is repaired, the nerve will usually begin to heal three or four weeks afterwards. A nerve injury in the ankle above the toes may take up to a year to return feeling to the toes.
Do you need physical therapy after Morton’s neuroma surgery?
We perform a number of different ablation procedures to treat your Morton’s neuroma. After we have treated you, you should consider Physical Therapy to help strengthen your muscles and correct any walking (gait) deficiencies that may have arisen due to your previous Morton’s pain.
Does neuroma surgery work?
Neuroma surgery does tend to be highly successful on average, and the vast majority of patients experience good results. However, no surgery is completely without risk, and you’ll be making irreversible changes to your body.