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Lump on bottom of foot....tumor???Please help.

Posted by jessica s on 9/17/02 at 15:31 (095556)

I first noticed a small lump (quite hard) on the large tendon on the bottom of my left foot about 7 months ago. It is now about the size of a time. It is not on the skin surface, it seems to be attached to the tendon??? I showed it to my family Dr. last week and he suggested I see foot dr. I am really scared that it is some kind of cancerous tumor. Why else would my reg. doc want me to go to specialist? It's not painful, only if I press really hard on it. Any ideas as to what else this could be? My appt. with foot Dr. isn't until Oct. 16. Thanks in advance.

Re: Lump on bottom of foot....tumor???Please help.

Laurie R on 9/18/02 at 18:03 (095641)

Hi Jessica , I have not been on the board for a long while . I saw your post and thought maybe I could be some helpe to you . I am not a doctor , just a patient ...... From what you have said in your post , it sounds like to me that you have a fibroma . I have one also in the same place as you do . I had surgery on May 7 th and my doctor cut it out .... Then as I was healing I got another one in the same spot..... It is right on my fascia ..... Mine was hurting so bad .... I went to PT for it 4 times a week ..... They would get in there and try to brake up the lump , it did not help at all ....

It is a large lump of scar tissue ..... Now I have had three cortisone injections right in the lump and I am very happy to tell you that it is finally getting smaller and less painful . I think it is a great idea you are going to see a Pod for it ...

Try not to worry to much , remember you have the last say so as to what treatment you will have .....

I am also using a silicone gel strips on the scar and lump . My doctor likes to try different things to see what helps .... Plus like I said , I just had surgery and he will not do another ... I don't blame him , I don't want more surgery now anyway ....

Let me know if I can help you anymore at all.....

My very best , Laurie R

Re: Lump on bottom of foot....tumor???Please help.

Jessica on 9/18/02 at 18:11 (095643)

Thanks Laurie, but mine doesn't really hurt. Only if I press really hard on it. I have also noticed that, it is the foot I wrap around the bottom of the leg of my putor chair. Not sure if it has anything to do with it, but its a thought.I don't know why I do this but I do. (LOL) My other foot is fine...I don't wrap that one. Did yours always hurt? How long did you have it? You mentioned scar tissue...from what? Any replies would be very helpful. Thanks

Re: Lump on bottom of foot....tumor???Please help.

Laurie R on 9/18/02 at 20:49 (095662)

Hi again Jessica , Yes my lump pretty much hurt from the start , I don't need to touch it to make it hurt . At one point it was getting so very painful I even asked my doctor to do another surgery to cut it out . He said no way of course ...... My scar tissue came from having PF .... Then I had surgery . But I had PF for three years before I had the surgery ..Do you have any other foot problems or just the lump ?
Laurie R

Re: Lump on bottom of foot....tumor???Please help.

Jessica on 9/18/02 at 21:18 (095670)

Hi...well as far as other foot problems, for the last 1 1/2 years, my feet hurt when I get up in the morning. Very hard to walk, have to hold on from furniture to furniture. It feels like the big tendon going up the back of my ankle has shrunk???and my heels hurt. After a few minutes they feel ok until I sit for awhile then get up and walk again...then it starts all over. I thought it had something to do with being a waitress for 2 years prior. I don't know if this problem has a name or if it has anything to do with this lump. Any ideas? Thanks again. p.s. why aren't any Dr.'s answering my question also? (I appreciate you taking the time to answer me Laurie)

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Laurie R on 9/19/02 at 08:06 (095697)

Hi Jessica , your are very welcome , I have no idea where the doctors are . I am sure they will come along and answer your question soon . The reason I answered your question is , it caught my eye , and I have the same thing ..... I have a great suggestion for you ..... At the top of the page Scott the web master of this site has put together a wonderful pain book you can read ..... Just click on it . Their is so much info in it . Plus I think it may answer some of your questions ....

So you have had foot pain now for a year and half . I am sorry and I can so relate to that . I have foot problems now for over three years . It started with one thing and turned into 5 different things......

I wish you the best ...... Let me know if I can help . I hope one of the wonderful doctor will come and read your post and help you ...

Laurie R

Re: Where are all the wonderful Dr.'s........

jessica s on 9/19/02 at 12:53 (095726)

I've noticed none of the Dr.'s have answered my post. Will one of you please reply when you get the time? Thanks a bunch :)

Re: Where are all the wonderful Dr.'s........

Laurie R on 9/19/02 at 15:04 (095737)

Hi Jessica , If you look on the top of the page , I put a new post for you so the doctor will see it .. I hope they will come along and answer your questions for you ..... Laurie R

Re: Thank you Laurie!!!

Jessica on 9/19/02 at 17:19 (095755)

AAWWWW! Thank you Laurie. Maybe one of them will answer. :)

Re: Lump on bottom of foot....tumor???Please help.

Dr. Z on 9/19/02 at 21:08 (095781)

Cancer is very very rare of the foot.. It sounds like a fibroma . This is a mass attached to the plantar fascia . Usually no treatment is needed. See a podiatrist he will confirme this and allay your fears

Re: Thank you very, very much Dr. Z

Jessica on 9/20/02 at 06:34 (095798)

Thank you for getting back to me. I feel so much better and yes I will be seeing the pod. Oct. 16th. Thanks again!!!

Re: Lump on bottom of foot....tumor???Please help.

Laurie R on 9/18/02 at 18:03 (095641)

Hi Jessica , I have not been on the board for a long while . I saw your post and thought maybe I could be some helpe to you . I am not a doctor , just a patient ...... From what you have said in your post , it sounds like to me that you have a fibroma . I have one also in the same place as you do . I had surgery on May 7 th and my doctor cut it out .... Then as I was healing I got another one in the same spot..... It is right on my fascia ..... Mine was hurting so bad .... I went to PT for it 4 times a week ..... They would get in there and try to brake up the lump , it did not help at all ....

It is a large lump of scar tissue ..... Now I have had three cortisone injections right in the lump and I am very happy to tell you that it is finally getting smaller and less painful . I think it is a great idea you are going to see a Pod for it ...

Try not to worry to much , remember you have the last say so as to what treatment you will have .....

I am also using a silicone gel strips on the scar and lump . My doctor likes to try different things to see what helps .... Plus like I said , I just had surgery and he will not do another ... I don't blame him , I don't want more surgery now anyway ....

Let me know if I can help you anymore at all.....

My very best , Laurie R

Re: Lump on bottom of foot....tumor???Please help.

Jessica on 9/18/02 at 18:11 (095643)

Thanks Laurie, but mine doesn't really hurt. Only if I press really hard on it. I have also noticed that, it is the foot I wrap around the bottom of the leg of my putor chair. Not sure if it has anything to do with it, but its a thought.I don't know why I do this but I do. (LOL) My other foot is fine...I don't wrap that one. Did yours always hurt? How long did you have it? You mentioned scar tissue...from what? Any replies would be very helpful. Thanks

Re: Lump on bottom of foot....tumor???Please help.

Laurie R on 9/18/02 at 20:49 (095662)

Hi again Jessica , Yes my lump pretty much hurt from the start , I don't need to touch it to make it hurt . At one point it was getting so very painful I even asked my doctor to do another surgery to cut it out . He said no way of course ...... My scar tissue came from having PF .... Then I had surgery . But I had PF for three years before I had the surgery ..Do you have any other foot problems or just the lump ?
Laurie R

Re: Lump on bottom of foot....tumor???Please help.

Jessica on 9/18/02 at 21:18 (095670)

Hi...well as far as other foot problems, for the last 1 1/2 years, my feet hurt when I get up in the morning. Very hard to walk, have to hold on from furniture to furniture. It feels like the big tendon going up the back of my ankle has shrunk???and my heels hurt. After a few minutes they feel ok until I sit for awhile then get up and walk again...then it starts all over. I thought it had something to do with being a waitress for 2 years prior. I don't know if this problem has a name or if it has anything to do with this lump. Any ideas? Thanks again. p.s. why aren't any Dr.'s answering my question also? (I appreciate you taking the time to answer me Laurie)

Re: Lump on bottom of foot....tumor???Please help.

Laurie R on 9/19/02 at 08:06 (095697)

Hi Jessica , your are very welcome , I have no idea where the doctors are . I am sure they will come along and answer your question soon . The reason I answered your question is , it caught my eye , and I have the same thing ..... I have a great suggestion for you ..... At the top of the page Scott the web master of this site has put together a wonderful pain book you can read ..... Just click on it . Their is so much info in it . Plus I think it may answer some of your questions ....

So you have had foot pain now for a year and half . I am sorry and I can so relate to that . I have foot problems now for over three years . It started with one thing and turned into 5 different things......

I wish you the best ...... Let me know if I can help . I hope one of the wonderful doctor will come and read your post and help you ...

Laurie R

Re: Where are all the wonderful Dr.'s........

jessica s on 9/19/02 at 12:53 (095726)

I've noticed none of the Dr.'s have answered my post. Will one of you please reply when you get the time? Thanks a bunch :)

Re: Where are all the wonderful Dr.'s........

Laurie R on 9/19/02 at 15:04 (095737)

Hi Jessica , If you look on the top of the page , I put a new post for you so the doctor will see it .. I hope they will come along and answer your questions for you ..... Laurie R

Re: Thank you Laurie!!!

Jessica on 9/19/02 at 17:19 (095755)

AAWWWW! Thank you Laurie. Maybe one of them will answer. :)

Re: Lump on bottom of foot....tumor???Please help.

Dr. Z on 9/19/02 at 21:08 (095781)

Cancer is very very rare of the foot.. It sounds like a fibroma . This is a mass attached to the plantar fascia . Usually no treatment is needed. See a podiatrist he will confirme this and allay your fears

Re: Thank you very, very much Dr. Z

Jessica on 9/20/02 at 06:34 (095798)

Thank you for getting back to me. I feel so much better and yes I will be seeing the pod. Oct. 16th. Thanks again!!!

Re: Thank you very, very much Dr. Z

Antonia on 10/07/06 at 01:08 (212513)

Hi Jessica, What was the outcome of your visit to the podiatrist? I have the same problem - lump under my foot but pain only if I press it. thx.

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Caine on 3/21/07 at 12:40 (225636)

Hi there Jessica,
Did you ever fine out what the issue was?

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Sallykee on 6/20/07 at 22:46 (231891)

Wow, I noticed a small lump just a few minutes ago and googled it. It is at the tip of my arch on the bottom of my foot---felt like a blister. Of course I thought it was cancer. Thanks Dr. Z for taking the time to write. I will check with MD soon.

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Daniel L on 9/18/07 at 21:10 (236331)

Jessica,

I have the same problem with my left foot. Can you tell me what is the outcome of you doctor's visit?

Thanks,
Daniel

Re: Lump on bottom of foot tendon

Michael E on 12/02/07 at 23:58 (240175)

I also have a lump on the tendon on the bottom of my right foot.
and a bunion starting on it also. I don't want to go to a doc cuz I'm afraid he will want to cut my foot up? does anyone know why we got these? my foot dose hurt some. What to do? Is there Help?
Thanks,
Michael

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Mike L on 12/11/07 at 14:10 (240619)

i suffer from plantar fascitis,this sounds like it. i tried birken stock shoes it helped. But the best treatment i had was going to an poditrist or place that makes custom orthotics.They will cost u anywhere from 225 to 500 but....if ur suffering from this it is well worth it.
The orthotic slips in any shoe and u won't leave home with out them. If doesn't cure it, but the pain is 95% gone.
The slipping on of a tensor type ankle brace works too keep the tendon from tightening up. I used the tensor at first then didn't need them as the orthotics put my foot back into proper alignment.
Hope this helps.

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Megs on 12/17/07 at 13:46 (240938)

Hi Sallykee~

I did not see what the doctor said regarding the lump in your foot that felt like a blister. Could you please tell what they said?

Thank you,

Megs

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BW on 2/20/08 at 18:55 (243407)

Hi Everyone,
I have been reading all of your messages and wanted to let u know that about one month ago I found one on the bottom of my right foot
in the arch. I went to the dr.s and they sent me to the foot dr.s.

Went to the foot dr.s and he said I have fibroma. It hurts a little
when I touch it. He talked about serg. but wanted me to try insoles frist, and come back in two weeks. So I did. I went back 2-14-08 and when he checked it he found another one.

He told me that he went to a dr.s convention in Chicago, and they were talking about a cream called (Transdermal Verapamil 15% Gel). We talked some more and I decided to try this frist. I know this may take awhile to work, but, my dr. said that the man that was talking about this cream said that it was 75% careable. Where my dr. said that serg. was 50/50.

Here is the web site to get the info, check it out and talk to your dr.s if u are interested.
Sorry this is so long.

http://www.pdlabs.net/healthcare_professionals/whatistvgel_hp.html

Thank You BW:)

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Dave on 3/13/08 at 21:24 (244524)

yea, im 15 years old and ive had a bump on both my feet for a very long time. I dont remember the first time ive noticed it but ive just ignored it until the past year or so when it started to really hurt. And this year i am starting to play sports and both my feet feel like im pulling a muscle on the bottom and theres this huge bump on the side bottom of my feet. I have read everyones replys and they all seem to talk about one of there feet. I have it on both and i am wondering if i should get surgery, because as i read its 50/50% chance it will work? please help

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Dr. Ed on 3/14/08 at 16:03 (244557)

Dave:

The first step is to find out exactly what the lump on the bottom of your foot is - get it checked. Many of such 'lumps' are known as plantar fibromtosis and are basically akin to balls of scar tissue attached to the plantar fascia. Simple excision has a high recurrence rate (when you cut out scar tissue, you get more scar tissue). Radical excision involves taking a larger section of the plantar fascia out with the lump and that has a better chance of success but is also a more traumatic and more disabling procedure.

I have a better than 90 percent success rate in the treatment of plantar fibromatosis injections of hyaluronidase and triamcinolone acetonide.

Dr. Ed

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robert on 3/19/08 at 21:36 (244779)

i found a knot on thr bottom of my left foot,on the arch about the size of a dime.i went to the podiatrist and he took an x-ray.He said that he could'nt see really by an x-ray see if it is a fibroma or not so he wants me to get an mri.Well i am 41 years old and have had a heart attack in 05 and i have 4 stents.the mri is a big magnet so i am scared that the mri will pull the stents out.So my question is can i get an mri with stents?

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Monica. S on 4/21/08 at 21:23 (246176)

Dr. Ed,

I am a returning Veteran from Desert Storm/Shield and during my discharge physical I found a lump in the arch of my right foot. I was granted 10% disability and now unfortunately the mass has grown. I've had it removed 2x and it's comeback again, only difference is, the mass is starting to become more painful and grow in size. I informed my Case Worker and Podiatrists and they're doing their best to provide me with relief and solution. They were going to try sclerotic agents but their is little blood flow to the foot and they refuse to do a needle biopsy to diagnose the matter because it is in a vascular area and feel that it would be inconclusive. They now found another tumor in my uterus; however, because my maternal grandmother and aunt have died from cancer, they're now treating the tumor in my foot and uterus with extreme precision. I was born with a hemangioma or birthmark on the right side of my face, could that have anything to do with it? If so, what is the likelihood of it becoming or turning into cancer? If I don't have another surgery to excide the mass, what are chances of cancer after 40yrs of age?

VETERAN TEARS,

Monica
websitemktgchic at hotmail.com

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Dr. Ed on 4/22/08 at 07:22 (246186)

Monica:

When the growth was removed previously, what did they determine that it was. Typically such growths are sent to pathology (excisional biopsy).

I do not see any reason why a simple incisional biopsy cannot be performed on the growth.

Please do not jump to conclusions that the growth may not be benign; statistically that is probably the case but an incisional biopsy would seem reasonable in my opinion.

Plantar fibromatosis is a common scenario consistent with the type of growth you describe. If that is confirmed, then the lesions can be significantly reduced in size via injections of hyaluronidase, triamcinolone acetonide and a local anesthetic.

Dr. Ed

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Mike R on 6/27/08 at 12:25 (248063)

I have about 3 on each foot- they only hurt when I press on them, or when I step on some sort raised flooring where it can fit inbetween my toes and heel. Like the bottom of a door frame. So from reading all this- it appears that shots are the best method? I do not like the idea of having a surgery and it coming right back.

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Lori on 7/04/08 at 06:46 (248216)

I also have a lump on the large tendon on the bottom of my foot and it only hurts a little when I first get up in the morning and if I press on it. It's also about the size of a dime but not so much round as it is more long and oval shaped. I don't have any medical insurance and can't afford to see any doctors. I'm feeling so relieved to hear that it's may not be anything serious like cancer....lumps are scary. Any more info for this poor girl would be great, although I know there is no substitute for a good doctors hands on opinion....maybe someday.

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Jennifer on 7/08/08 at 07:57 (248306)

Thanks for sharing this information I have the same problem. It starts about 6 months ago it doesn't hurt either only if I press but I was so scare thinkig it could be cancer. Now I don't feel along and I'll make my appointment with a Pod.

Thanks so much
Jennifer

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Chris H on 7/11/08 at 17:03 (248405)

Sounds like I have the same thing as Jessica and Antonia. I would like to know the outcome as well. Antonia did you find out any answers from your problem? I have very high deductible health insurance and cant afford to have it checked out if its not necessary.

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Angie D on 7/20/08 at 02:12 (248596)

Hi I also had a plantorfibroma tumor removed from the bottom of my foot too. It was in the ball of my foot. I really got very hard to walk on it sence I walk on concert for 12 hours a day 3 days a week at work. It got to the point that I could't take the pain from walking on it any more so I had a foot doctor remove it. But in the healing time another just came back in it place. The bottom of my hole foot just fells like a bunch of small bees are stinging me and some pain shooting through my entire foot again......Just like the first time.

Does the cortisone infections really help??? I have heard from some people that they don't help at all. But some says that they do help.

What is the best way to get this thing to go away???

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Tony on 8/07/08 at 05:08 (249011)

i have had 1 one each foot for years.won,t tell doc coz allways thought it was tap dancer.its not got any bigger but its allways in the back of my mind it was not normal...they are both in the same place but on each foot.i have no pain but if i press on it feels preasured..

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Nancyb on 9/30/08 at 11:58 (250633)

Antonia - did you get an answer to your question? I have the same problem as you and Jessica. Lump with no pain on what seems to be a tendon. Not sure whether to go to the doctor. Just went but forgot to tell her about it. Thanks for any help you can give me.

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Milton on 11/02/08 at 16:37 (251761)

About 8 years ago, I saw a Podiatrists and he measured it. Smaller than a dime. It has grown to be about 3 inches long and 1.5' wide. a week or so ago, I noticed the same type of growth under my big toe on the same foot. I am seeing a new podiatrist Monday.

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Randy D on 11/16/08 at 10:38 (252317)

Hi; I have the exact same thing on my left foot. It seems attached to the tendon. It is not painfull. I read in a book once that you need to massage out lumps in the foot, it can take a long time. I had one in the center of the sole once & it went away, Randy

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Jay R on 12/18/08 at 12:25 (253259)

Dear Antonia,

Just saw your posting. Tumors of the foot are very rare. And seldom cancerous. Most probably, what you are seeing is plantar fibramatosis. Look up on Google and you will get all the info you need.

Best wishes.

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Ernie G on 1/20/09 at 05:18 (254192)

Dear Laurie,
Yes, it sounds like a fibroma. no, im not a dr, but have had 6 of these things removed from the bottoms of BOTH feet, so im kind of an 'expert' (lol) on these benign tumors... the surgeon told me they are sometimes hereditary (my father has two of them ) and sometimes are accompanied by a 'stricture' on the palms of the hands. they are sometimes quite long and wrapped around a tendon, as was my case. they are basically harmless if removed in a timely manner, otherwise they can cause permanent damage. they can become quite painful when walking if neglected. i also underwent injections of steroids directly into the lump itself with no luck in dissolving them. i hope some if this info puts your mind at ease...

Ernie G

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Shelly on 4/22/09 at 04:59 (257041)

Hi Jessica,
I was just diagnosed with tendon fibromyoma of the major foot tendon as well....boy this is not fun! I am about 70 lbs over weight and keep thinking it came on because of that. What do you think? Also, did the cortisone shot hurt???

I am scared to death of that!

Re: lump on bottom of foot could be Dupuytren's contracture.

margaret on 4/27/09 at 20:04 (257176)

You could have a genetic disorder of people with Nordic/Scandinavian heritage, such as Dupuytren's .

If so, it is nothing to worry about. You may eventually need an operation if it travels to your hands or pains your feet too much. Otherwise, you might have no side effects throughout your life.

In my family, it comes from the Irish side of the family. We are from the part of Ireland where the Vikings invaded, SW Ireland, Cork/Kerry Counties.

It is obvious from our looks - and now the prevalence of Dupuytren's in our family - that we have Nordic roots.

A friend who is a Swedish neurosurgeon was shocked when I told him my family heritage - not one Nordic surname - and that we have this disorder.

It is definitely genetic. And most controllable. I'm not a scientist of a physician, but physicians in our family with the same genetic predisposition have studied and informed us of the syndrome.

My father is 75, a lifelong athlete, still plays golf with a 15 handicap (picked it up again at 72, after 40 yrs., and still plays that well.

Yet, he has had several operations on his hands, has a twisted finger - that fits perfectly around his golf clubs.

The point being, it doesn't have to affect your lifestyle.

I'm 43 and just discovered the telling lump on the bottom of my foot. Exercise helps. My foot hurts more when I am sedentary.

Good luck. If it is dypuytren's, then it is only a genetic quirk.

Don't believe only family names in your heritage. You could be nordic and not know it. Even Europe is not made of 'pure' lineages.

Genetics won't lie like birth certificates and emigration documents and esp. family oral histories might.

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SLindsey on 5/16/09 at 12:23 (257542)

Hi, I'm no Doctor just a person who have had the same problem. Below is some information in which I believe might be your problem which is called Heel Spur or Bone Spur. Only thing I can suggest to you is to see a podiatrist and get a cortisone shot (steroids). Also, go to a store and purchase and take some good calsium pills daily. (You will notice a great difference and feel so much better!

Definition
The heel bone is the largest bone in the foot and absorbs the most amount of shock and pressure. A heel spur develops as an abnormal growth of the heel bone. Calcium deposits form when the plantar fascia pulls away from the heel area, causing a bony protrusion, or heel spur to develop. The plantar fascia is a broad band of fibrous tissue located along the bottom surface of the foot that runs from the heel to the forefoot. Heel spurs can cause extreme pain in the rearfoot, especially while standing or walking.

Cause
Heel spurs develop as an abnormal growth in the heel bone due to calcium deposits that form when the plantar fascia pulls away from the heel. This stretching of the plantar fascia is usually the result of over-pronation (flat feet), but people with unusually high arches (pes cavus) can also develop heel spurs. Women have a significantly higher incidence of heel spurs due to the types of footwear often worn on a regular basis.

Treatment and Prevention
The key for the proper treatment of heel spurs is determining what is causing the excessive stretching of the plantar fascia. When the cause is over-pronation (flat feet), an orthotic with rearfoot posting and longitudinal arch support is an effective device to reduce the over-pronation, and allow the condition to heal.

Other common treatments include stretching exercises, losing weight, wearing shoes that have a cushioned heel that absorbs shock, and elevating the heel with the use of a heel cradle, heel cup, or orthotic. Heel cradles and heel cups provide extra comfort and cushion to the heel, and reduce the amount of shock and shear forces experienced from everyday activities.

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steve ciaffoni on 6/26/09 at 18:09 (258409)

wow I have the same thing left foot lump, some pain
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Ian on 6/27/09 at 02:32 (258426)

Hello Jessica,
I am researching the bump on my tendon in the arch of my foot. I am curious as to what your POD said, if you don't mind. I'm not much for going to the DR.

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Ann H on 7/05/09 at 20:22 (258647)

Does anyone know the cause to a fibroma?

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judy l on 10/28/09 at 19:38 (261598)

I have many bumps on the sole of my left foot that are painfull when I press on them it started as one and has been multiplying over the last couple of years I'm now worriying