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Bone Spurs Remedies

Bone spurs also known as osteophyte in the medical world is extra bone that grows on your normal bone. It is know that bone spurs are quite often caused by degenerative arthritis or even tendonitis. Although bone spurs can be found on any bone in your body the more common area's are joints, where two or more bones join. The most common areas being in the neck, the lower back, the shoulder, knee, foot, and one of the most common heel spurs. Below we have a list of home remedies for Bone Spurs. If you suffer from Bone Spurs we recommend trying the spur remedies. Bone Spur remedies can help relieve your symptoms caused by Spurs.

Bone spurs
Bone Spurs Remedies

Bone Spurs Home Remedies

Spur remedies using an icepack

Treat symptoms of Spurs using an icepack or a heatpack - The first symptom that should be seen to is the swelling. Depending on the severity of your Spur an icepack or a heatpack will help reduce the swelling caused by the spur. For severe bone spurs apply a heatpack 4 to 5 times daily and for spurs not so severe use an icepack.


Use Curcumin to relieve the symptoms of Bone Spurs - Curcumin is the yellow pigment found in turmeric. Curcumin capsules can be found at any health food store or buy purchasing online here. Take 500mg of Curcumin 4 times a day on an empty stomach. Doing this will relieve the symptoms of spurs.
Using Curcumin in remedies for Bone spurs

Use a golf ball to help relieve the sumptoms of spurs

A golf ball can be very effective in treating Bone Spurs - As funny as it sounds a golf ball can play a very affective part in helping Bone Spurs. Place a golf ball on the ground and roll your heel over it in a round motion 5 minutes twice daily. You may also use tennis balls or baseballs. This friction massage has proven to be a very effective treatment with Bone Spurs by breaking up the adhesions and help stretch the plantar fascia.



Make a Flaxseed heatpack - Applying a flaxseed heatpack will help reduce the inflammation caused by bone spurs. To make up a Flaxseed heatpack simply heat some Flaxseeds in the microwave. Wrap the seeds in a cloth and wrap around the area with the spur. Leave the heatpack on until it is no longer warm. Do this 4 to 5 times daily.
Flaxseed heatpack

Frozen bottle of water

Use a frozen bottle of water to help Heel Spurs - Fill a bottle with water and freeze it overnight. Place it on the floor and roll it with your foot making sure to go all the way to the heel. Do this for about 5 minutes or more if you have time at least twice a day.


Rubber shoes over Leather shoes - When you suffer from Heel Spur it is recommended to wear rubber shoes over leather shoes. Crocs I found are really good! They provide your heel with a lot of cushioning. Always wear them in the house, never walk barefoot on tiles or cement or any other hard service. Mine are always beside my bed and are always the first thing I put on every morning :-)
Croc shoes rubber shoes

Heel stretch exercise

Heel exercises will help relieve the pain caused by Heel Spurs - Gentle foot stretching exercises will help the pain caused by heel spurs. Many people swear by this heel spur remedy. Stand on a step with your heels hanging over the edge and gently press down on your heel. Stop and hold for about 1 minute when you feel the heel stretching. Repeat on the other foot. Do these foot stretches as many times as possible.


Submit your Remedies for Bone Spurs

If you have a remedy or natural treatment for Bone Spurs that is not listed above, we encourage you to send them in for submission on this page by filling in the form below.

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