Neuromas are inflamed, enlarged nerves. The most common location is between the third and fourth toes, or between the second and third. They may cause a “funny bone” feeling of numbness and tingling to the corresponding toes with walking, often described as a rolled up sock. Treatment includes wearing loose, flat shoes, metatarsal padding, corticosteroid injections and surgical excision for recalcitrant conditions.  For more information, please click this link.