Patients Osteoarthritis

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Member Carenity • Community manager
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Bone spurs, aka osteophytes (extra bits of bone that form around the affected joint, often able to be felt through the skin as hard lumps), are often caused from injury, inflammation, and unfortunately a common symptom of degenerative osteoarthritis that impacts many people.

Do you suffer from bone spurs? If yes, what joint? What treatments have you tried? To what success?

Beginning of the discussion - 3/13/19

Bone spurs: do you get them? Where? What treatments?
Member Carenity
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I think I may have a bone spur - should find out soon. Hopefully someone can shed some light on good treatments because inmy research it seems treatment for bone spur relies on rest and time.