The pain and discomfort that capsulitis can cause beneath the ball of your foot can be maddening.
It feels like you have a small stone or marble in your shoe – except you might not even be wearing shoes at all! In fact, it often feels worse when walking barefoot on hard surfaces.
Such symptoms, combined with swelling and/or instability around the second, third, or fourth toes, are likely signs of capsulitis.
Capsulitis is not a condition that improves on its own. The sooner you can begin proper treatment, the more likely you are to fully regain comfort and prevent progression of the problem.
Get to the Source of Your Ball of Foot Pain
Whether capsulitis, a neuroma, or another problem is causing you pain and discomfort around your forefoot or toes, do not delay in seeking proper care!
Call us at (252) 638-4700 to schedule an appointment at our New Bern office. If you prefer to reach us electronically instead, you are welcome to do so by filling out the contact form at the bottom of this