Bone Spur form naturally on the back of spine as a person ages and are a sign of degeneration in the spine. In this case the Bone Spur is not the source of back pains, but instead are the common symptom of a deeper problem. However, Bone Spur on the spine can impinge on nerves that leave the spine for other parts of the body. This impingement can cause pain in both upper and lower limbs and a numbness or tingling sensations in the hands and feet due to the nerves supplying sensation to their dermatomes.
Bone Spur can also appear on the feet, either along toes or the heel, as well as on the hands. In extreme cases Bone Spur have grown along a person's entire skeletal structure: along the knees, hips, shoulders, ribs, arms and ankles. Such cases are only exhibited with multiple exostoses.
Bone Spur may also be the end result of certain disease processes. Osteomyelitis, a Bone Infection, may leave the adjacent bone with a spur formation. Charcot Foot, the neuropathic breakdown of the feet seen primarily in diabetics, will also leave Bone Spur which may then become symptomatic.
Often Bone Spur (osteophytes) form in osteoarthritic Joints due to damage and wear from inflammation. Calcification and new bone formation can also occur in response to mechanical damage in joints, or at the attachment points for ligaments and tendons.
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One possible reason for Bone Spur is aging.