What Does a Bone Spur Look like?


A bone spur is a smooth, round bony growth that occurs on a normal bone. It usually occurs on the spine, hands, hips, shoulders, feet and knees. When pressure is applied on a bony spur, it can cause pain, wear and tear on the tendons, ligaments and nerves in the body.
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Bone spurs are smooth bony growths that usually form along the joint margins in the body. They can cause wear and tear when pressed against other bones or soft tissues like the ligaments, nerves or tendons. Bone spurs are commonly found on the shoulders, hands, knees, spine, hips and feet.
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