I know, I know. Another shoe thread. I have a Morton's neuroma in my left foot and haven't worn sneakers or any other closed toes shoe for about a year, with the exception of dance performances. I wear sandals, clogs, or Vibrams everywhere, including to work. I have a doctor's note that allows me to wear the Vibrams at work.I am fully aware I cannot wear slip on shoes like clogs or sandals, and definitely not Vibrams, for clinicals or in the real world at work. I am just looking for a shoe that will not irritate my neuroma. So, these are my school's guidelines for shoes: "Closed-toe, all leather-soled shoes (Must be an Oxford or athletic type shoe made of all white leather and may not have open toes, holes in the toes area, or a fabric insert. Shoes must have a back; no mules or clogs)."Does this mean I can't get Danskos? I like the wide toe box on them and was thinking that would help with the neuroma. I'm going to ask at orientation to be sure, but I'm not sure what kind of shoes to get if I can't get Danskos. What else would fit the above description with a wide tow box?Thanks!