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Plantar Fibromatosis Exercises

Plantar fibromatosis is a condition that affects the feet.  Extra fibrotic tissue and collagen can collect and cause hardened nodules right beneath the skin.  This generally occurs under the foot right beneath the arch of the foot.

This can be a very painful condition that can be aggravated by standing and walking.  People who run or jump regularly are more inclined to get this condition.  It can also be caused by injury or trauma to the foot.

Treatments include medication, injections and exercise to control the symptoms.  In cases where none of those help then surgery might be indicated.


Try the standing calf stretch.  Stand and face a wall while you have one leg forward in what is typically known as a lunge position.  While keeping both of your heels on the floor, lean forward until you feel a stretch in the foot and calf of the leg in the back.  Switch to the other leg and repeat the exercise.  Do this three times for each leg.

A seated arch stretch can also be helpful.  Sit down in a chair and put one ankle on the opposite knee.  Grab your heel in one hand and use the other to slowly push your toes backward stretching the arch.  Repeat many times and then switch and repeat on the other foot.

Those are just two of the exercises that can be done but no matter which exercise you do, whether it is one of these or any others, check with your doctor first .  He can show you which ones to do as well as the proper way to do them.


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