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I am actually having surgery for this in the morning.  It's called functional hallux limitus. They are going to remove the bone spur, shave...
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The short answer is you should not mix painkillers. You should keep your health care provider informed of your physical status, limitations and...
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Hi Two things, you can either have surgery or not, ether way you will need a cast, but will take many weeks being on crutch's.Sorry bit more than...
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A bone spur will show up on x-ray and the pain is more localized (one spot). Plantar fasciitis will not show up on x-ray and the pain is more diffuse...
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The surgery is because maybe your bones of your foot are moving to an area that when you have it you need to put it back into place by surgery.
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I had a heel spur and surprisingly someone recommended wearing penny loafers. The heal spur disappeared, I have no idea why but hard soled shoes may...
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There are over-the-counter heel pads you can buy at many pharmacies, custom shoe stores, and a few large stores like Walmart. The best pad would be...
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I do not believe there are any scientific studies that proves acupuncture will reduce bone spurs, but if you are feeling better with this therapy, it...
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I would use vitamin E 1,000 mg and rub it on the scarred area.
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I had the same problem. It is very important for your sister to see and Orthopedic Surgeon. Bone spurs in the shoulder cut into the rotator cuff;...
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This is very much a question for your medical team, not for a forum like this one. No one here can possibly give an informed opinion because each...
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A bone spur is a tiny pointed outgrowth of bone.
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Bone spurs are treated only if they are causing symptoms. Initial treatment is directed toward decreasing inflammation and avoiding re-injury when...
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Bone spurs are usually caused by local inflammation, such as from degenerative arthritis or tendinitis. This inflammation stimulates the cells that...
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Bone spurs are detected by radiologic testing, such as with plain X-rays, ultrasound imaging, MRI scan, CT scan, and myelograms.
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