Plantar fasciculus, also known as plantar fusiformis, is a small and relatively common condition that can cause plant irritation, pain, swelling, pain in the feet and other symptoms.
But in many cases, there is no obvious cause.
“In most cases, plantar fascia are caused by a defect in the plantar surface of the plant,” explains Dr. David Pate, a professor of dermatology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
“A plantar lesion is a defect that occurs between the fascia, or the fascicles, of the fascicle that connects the skin to the plant.
The defect is typically an incomplete or absent fascicle.
The plant can feel a little bit of pressure or discomfort when this occurs, and this can lead to plantar discomfort.”
If your plantar ache doesn’t resolve without treatment, you may also have plantar discoloration.
Plantar discolorations, or discoloring, occurs when the fascicules become discolored and lose their ability to form the smooth surfaces they used to.
“It can also be a sign of other diseases, like psoriasis,” says Pate.
“There is a reason we call it discoloration, because it’s a reflection of a disease, and it’s caused by the loss of fasciculi.”
The signs and symptoms of plantar facilitation include: Pain in the foot or hands