Best Shoes for Morton's Neuroma

Harvard Medical School graduate Dr. Casey Kerrigan’s published medical research on human movement and the long term effects on the body of high-heels and other common features in women’s shoes became the scientific foundation of a better shoe design. All OESH are designed specifically for a woman’s anatomy and natural movement. Within this unique design is the critical reason OESH have been amazingly successful for neuromas and other forefoot issues…it’s the combination of an interior that has no contours–even more than the vast benefits of no heel elevation, OESH have no built-in arch support and no side-to-side cradle in the forefoot…all atop the amazing OESH Sole, which gently flexes when all of your body weight goes above your forefoot and smoothly rises as your weight shifts to your next step.

Recommended Shoes for Morton's Neuroma


Unlike the typical shoe on the left, all OESH interiors are completely flat, which means only OESH won’t bunch up your forefoot, allowing the amazing OESH Sole to gently move you from stride to stride.

Typical Shoe Design

OESH Design


Casey developed OESH to specifically address women’s long-term wellness needs. Her background is unique in footwear–an honest-to-goodness Medical Doctor with a respect for the power of legitimate peer-reviewed medical research. Unlike any other footwear, proven medical science informs the critical nuances within the OESH design. Our uncommonly high success versus Morton’s can be directly attributed to this design discipline–a roomy forefoot area without any contour, allowing your foot to move naturally and healthily, all above a comfortable elastic spring sole.