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What is Morton’s Neuroma?

Morton’s Neuroma is a condition that causes pain under the ball of the foot. Tissue around one of the nerves leading to the toes causes a sharp, burning pain in the foot and can also cause the toes to feel numb, to burn or to sting. Mr Simon W Sturdee explains more about Morton’s Neuroma, treatment and the complications associated with surgery to remove the neuroma (nerve).

Common rugby injuries

In amateur rugby, there are on average two injuries per game. It's a highly physical and demanding sport where injury rates are reported to be three times higher than in football. Mr. Jamie Arbuthnot is a highly-experienced consultant orthopaedic surgeon and treats leading rugby players at his specialist practice in Birmingham. He tells us what the most common injuries are and how they are treated.

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