I have just been told by the chiropractor that my soreness in my foot is Morton's neuroma. It feels like I have a marble on the ball of my foot. I can still run about 10 miles but it gets uncomfortable. I have cut a hole in the insoles of my trainers to stop the stress on the foot. I have been using ice which helps. Sometimes the toe next to my big toe feels a bit numb but I assume that is pressure on that part of the foot. I have four marathons booked between now and the end of July and hope to complete them. However, am I being too optimistic? I have rung my GP: two weeks to wait for a call back and six months to be referred to podiatry; not the fault of the NHS given Covid. I have booked a private chiropractor appointment to get some individual, bespoke insoles to help. Any advice gratefully received and thank you.