Causes for bone spurs & Treatment :

A bone spur is a tiny pointed outgrowth of bone that projects from the normal bone around joints. Bone spurs are common elsewhere in the body. Spurs usually are caused by inflammation that stimulates formation of new bone. Examples of causes of local inflammation at the edge of joints that cause spurs are inflammation of the tendons and ligaments that attach to the bone. Wear-and-tear arthritis (osteoarthritis) is the most common cause of bone spurs. As osteoarthritis breaks down the cartilage cushioning the ends of our bones, our body attempts to repair the loss by creating bone spurs near the damaged area. Bone spurs may or may not cause symptoms. When they do cause symptoms, the symptoms depend on their location. It can be associated with pain, numbness, tenderness, and weakness if they are irritating adjacent tissues. Bone spurs are treated only if they are causing symptoms. Initial treatment is directed toward decreasing inflammation and avoiding reinjure when possible. The required treatment is available in our clinic under holistic approach without any operation.

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