According to Cedars-Sinai, bone spurs are caused by factors such as aging, heredity, joint degeneration, injury, poor nutrition, poor posture and being born with a structural problem. Health conditions such as arthritis,... More »

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The treatment for bone spurs depends upon the severity of symptoms, according to Midwest Orthopaedics. Pain is typically first treated with over-the-counter medications such as ibuprofen, found in Advil and Motrin, or na... More »

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Bone spurs are bony projections that sometimes develop on the edges of bones. Bone spurs are also called osteophytes. These often form in the joints where bone meets bone, according to Mayo Clinic. More »

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Common symptoms of bone spurs include swelling and inflammation, tenderness, numbness, tingling and pain around the injury site, according to MedicineNet. Bone spurs may occur in the shoulders, knees, feet, hips, hands a... More »

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Causes of bone spurs on the foot include aging, tight ligaments and activities such as dancing or running. They are also caused by pressure on the feet from being overweight or wearing shoes that don't fit well, says Web... More »

A massage regimen combining heat on the calcified area with increased blood flow and tissue elasticity works to dissolve the bone spurs. Regular massage alone is not enough to dissolve the spurs in areas of the body with... More »

When damage and deformity occurs, bone spurs can be treated by surgically replacing or repairing a joint, bunion or heel spur, according to WebMD. Most patients receive treatment for the causes and symptoms of bone spurs... More »

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