Sore hamstrings, swelling or even a 'pop' noise? Hamstring strain usually occurs suddenly due to muscle fatigue, decrease in the range of movement, quick contractions of the muscles and their imbalances.
Morton’s neuroma usually affects the ball of the feet, between the third and fourth toes. Feels like you are standing on a pebble in the shoe or the sock has folded.
It causes sharp, burning pain in the ball of the foot. It may also sting, burn or even feel numb or tingly.
With a Morton’s neuroma the tissue thickens around the nerve going to the toes which is why it can feel sharp, burning, stinging, numbness and tingly sensations.
Wearing of high heels, certain sports or even a foot deformity.