Bone Spurs


What treatment was effective for your bone spur(s)? Submit Your Comment

Comment from: bone spur patient, Male (Patient) Published: May 12

Physical therapy is in my experience the last treatment for bone spurs. I had rotator cuff severe pain and went through all of the steps ending with physical therapy that made it worse. I stopped physical therapy, demanded surgery to shave the bone spur and with that simple procedure ended the pain, suffering and waste of money. I was told by the surgeon that it was a good thing I stopped physical therapy for it was cutting the muscle/sheath across the rotator cuff. Physical therapy for bone spurs is good after the surgery, not before.

Comment from: Febbie, 65-74 Female (Patient) Published: July 27

I have recently been diagnosed with a bone spur in my hip. The pain is so intense it radiates down my leg to the bottom of my foot. I have tried steroid injections and got no relief, my doctor is going to put the next one in my sciatic nerve. I cannot get away from the pain and am limited getting around to do almost everything.

Comment from: anne, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: February 23

One hip (dysplastic) was replaced in 2009 with great success. The other hip has a bone spur that is now troublesome. I'm concerned a minimally invasive technique will not work and the second hip will also have to be replaced.


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