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 »

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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It is possible to treat bone spurs in the feet conservatively through exercises, shoes made to accommodate the condition, or strapping or taping the affected tendons or muscles, says WebMD. The patient can also wear shoe... 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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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 »

Non-surgical treatment options for bone spurs include cold packs and anti-inflammatory medication, according to MedicineNet.com. However, if the bone spurs are pinching or compressing a nerve, a laminectomy surgery can b... More »

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The treatment for degenerative facet arthropathy depends on the severity, but initially a doctor may prescribe rest and over-the-counter medications, according to About.com. Other treatments include steroid injections an... More »

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