Plantar Fibromatosis is a mass of fibrous tissue that develops in the arch of the foot. Although this mass is benign, it often causes pain and discomfort. It also goes by the names Ledderhose’s disease, Morbus Ledderhose, and plantar fascial fibromatosis.


The exact cause of plantar fibromatosis is unknown. However, genes and environment have been known to play a role in the formation of plantar fibromatosis. There are some risk factors associated with the disorder such as:


The most obvious symptom of plantar fibromatosis is tough nodules that form at the soles of the feet. Other symptoms include:


The first step in treating plantar fibromatosis is through extensive diagnostics. Restore PDX specializes in diagnosing and treating these types of conditions using the latest technology, innovative therapies, and customized treatments.