Cases of plantar fibroma are rare compared to other painful foot conditions. Even if you have it, it may take a long time before you notice the growth on the arch of your foot. However, left untreated, plantar fibroma can grow and cause mild discomfort and pain when wearing shoes, walking barefoot, or putting any pressure on your foot.
But what is a plantar fibroma? Here’s an overview of this condition, how it affects you, and your options for treatment for plantar fibroma. If you think your foot pain is caused by plantar fibroma, schedule an appointment with Yeargain Foot & Ankle to rule out other more severe conditions.