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Risk Factors for Bone Spurs

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Bone spurs are obnoxious elements of one’s physiology. Bone spurs are smooth and bony growths that form over a long period of time that tend to form as one ages. Pleasantly, these spurs are not very painful. However, they can impact nearby structures of the body, such as the nerves and spinal cord, and cause … Read more

Tips for Before Bone Spur Repair Surgery

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If you or someone you love is preparing for bone spur repair surgery, the procedure probably can’t come a moment too soon. These abnormal offshoots of bone are usually benign but can be excruciating and even debilitating. They’ve sidelined more than one athletic career and while the average person might not lose their career over … Read more

Can You Get Bone Spurs on Your Spine?

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Bone spurs are abnormal bone growths caused by friction. While bone spurs are often associated with the heel, the reality is that a bone spur can occur anywhere on your skeleton where friction occurs. That makes the spine a prime spot for bone spurs. Can You Get Bone Spurs on Your Spine? Bone spurs usually … Read more

The Causes of Joint Pain

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Joint pain is a vague term we use to describe a whole host of aches and pains we experience at any given time. As a result, it can be difficult to narrow down the causes of your joint pain. If you have joint pain, we advise visiting a specialist like Dr. Yashar, the best neurosurgeon … Read more

Symptoms of Bone Spurs

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If you have noticed an unusual bump somewhere along your body and are concerned about what it might be, one possibility is a bone spur. Bone spurs are very small and pointed pieces of bone that are excess growths from one or more of the bones in your body. Before you self-diagnose any bumps, read … Read more