Plantar Fibromatosis Reviews
Description:Health Problems / Plantar fascial fibromatosis, also known as Ledderhose's disease, Morbus Ledderhose, plantar ... more
Plantar Fibromatosis ... fibromatosis, and plantar aponeurosis, is a relatively uncommon non-malignant thickening of the feet's deep connective tissue, or fascia. In the beginning, where nodules or cords start growing along tendons of the foot, the disease is minor, can be painful.
Newest Review: ... quickly after the above as I said I was happy to see a student physio, they told me the same thing as the private one and sent me on my way. I did learn from the private physio that it would be best to invest in a good pair of running trainers and wear them all the time and this did help decrease the pain to some degree. I was getting pretty stressed at this point, my foot was killing me, ... more
Customer Plantar Fibromatosis Reviews (1)
by - written on 12/11/11 (Very useful, 507 readings)
Plantar Fibroma and my experience: This is a relatively unknown disease that can be painful and debilitating; here I am going to tell you my story and as yet unsuccessful attempts to alleviate the problem. Growing up I was sure I had a little bump in the arch of my foot but there was no pain, no growth and nothing to be concerned about, then two years ago out of nowhere like the little menace that it is it started to grow and started to become really painful. I headed off to the doctors as it was starting to interrupt with my daily life and this was not good enough. My GP has a look at the lump and annoyingly decided that it needed to be prodded ... Read the complete review