A Plantar Fibroma is a non-malignant nodule usually found on the central and medial portions of the Plantar Fascia. It is slow growing and measures less than an inch in size. At first, where the nodules grow along the Plantar Fascia the disease is minor, could be uncomfortable and cause pain. However, after a period of time the cords thicken, the toes get rigid and bent and walking is decreased due to pain. There may be several nodules present. Similar condition may appear on the hands.