Morton's Neuroma, Beyond the Basics

The forefoot is a frequent area of pathology. Pain in the forefoot localized in the space between the metatarsal heads may be the result of Morton's neuroma. Many patients with an assumed diagnosis of "Morton's neuroma" are suffering the pain of neurologic origin or due to arthritic, traumatic, neoplastic, infectious, or vascular conditions. This webinar focuses on an accurate diagnosis as a base for adequate treatment directed toward the fundamental causative factors.


  • Histopathology
  • Etiology
  • Assessment
  • Pathophysiology
  • Anatomy
  • Scan techniques
  • Anatomical variants and Differential Diagnoses
  • Ultrasound pitfalls
  • Recommendations
This webinar aims to know in detail the cause of pain or dysfunction in the intermetatarsocapital area. Is the pathology of neurologic origin or as a result of arthritic, traumatic, neoplastic, infectious, or vascular conditions?
We will also address the dynamic evaluation of peripheral nerves, which is a fantastic tool to recognize nerve pathology.


After completing the entire webinar, you'll receive a digital Certificate of Attendance.


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Robert Wonink Podiatry Trainer

Robert studied podiatry at the Academy for Podiatry. He then further specialized as a podiatry teacher. In 1991 he...

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