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Painful Lump In Your Arch? Could Be Plantar Fibromatosis

By |2013-05-17T15:05:42+00:00May 17th, 2013|Foot Pain|

By Loren Colon DPM, FACFAS If you are experiencing a painful “lump” to the medial arch of your foot when walking and standing, you may be suffering from a Plantar Fibroma. Plantar Fibromatosis is a benign soft tissue mass described as excess collagen tissue within the plantar fascia of the medial [...]

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Stiff Big Toe or Painful Big Toe Got You Down?

By |2013-03-11T14:58:11+00:00March 11th, 2013|Foot Pain|

Hallux Limitus May be the Cause By Loren Colon DPM, FACFAS A stiff and painful big toe can knock you off your feet. The big toe may be small, but its role in our lives is enormous. Just imagine how hard it would be to walk, run, squat, bend over, rise [...]

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