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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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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Treatment for a compressed spine, also known as spinal cord compression, involves nonsurgical options such as pain medication, back braces and activity moderation, according to WebMD. Severe spine compression may require... More »

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Depending on the severity of the symptoms, treatment options for bone spurs may include medications, rest, rehabilitation therapy, injections and spine surgery, as stated by Spine-health. Most patients with mild to moder... More »

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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Arthroscopic surgery for the removal of bone spurs on the shoulder is typically an hour long, according to Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush. After the surgery, it can take several months for shoulder pain to subside and for ... More »

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While surgical treatment for bone spurs exists, orthopedists typically turn to it as a last resort after other treatment options prove unsuccessful. Surgical options include osteotomy, or removal of part of the bone, and... More »