Are you suffering from chronic pain as a result of your bone spurs? A lot of people who have bone spurs do not experience any pain or issues as a results of them. This is because the area where the bone spurs occur determines whether or not the bone spur will cause pain.
Some of the most common areas where bone spurs are known to cause pain are the knees, spine, and hips. When bone spurs form in the knee, they can produce pain whenever the leg is extended or bent. If they form in the spine, they can pinch the nerve roots or spinal cord, which can reduce the function of the arms and legs. When they form on the hip, they can severely limit the range of motion of the hip.
At Precision Medical Group, we can provide you with relief from the chronic pain caused by your bone spurs. If you are interested in receiving treatments with us, contact our office to schedule an appointment.