For small fibromas causing minimal pain, padding, night splints, heel lifts or arch supports are used, explains Foot Vitals. Verapamil gel can also be applied to reduce the size. For larger fibromas causing more pain, cortisone injections and surgery are considered.
Treatment options depend on the size and location of the fibromas, reports Foot Vitals. For smaller fibromas, treatment options focus on alleviating direct pressure. However, when these options are not effective, cortisone injections and surgery are considered. Cortisone injections may help but may also cause the fibroma to enlarge and multiply. If none of these treatments work, the fibroma is surgically removed. However, it may grow back.