Do toes go numb with plantar faciitis?

Not . Usually but can happen if one of the planter nerve branches involved.
Sometimes. Typically, the toes do not do numb with plantar fasciitis. However, it can occur in situations when the foot excessively pronates, resutling in tarsal tunnel.
No. No, if you're toes go numb, that is not from plantar fasciitis (ligament). When toes go numb, it's usually related to nerve impingement or entrapment or damage. Best of luck.