Bone Spurs FAQ's
What is a bone spur?
A bone spur (osteophyte) is a bony growth formed on normal bone, so it's actually extra bone. Although usually smooth it can cause wear and tear as it rubs on other bones or soft tissues such as ligaments, tendons, or nerves in the body. Common places for bone spurs include the spine, shoulders, hands, hips, elbow, neck, knees, fingers and feet.
What causes bone spurs?
A bone spur forms as the body tries to repair itself by building extra bone. It generally forms in response to pressure, rubbing, or stress that continues over a long period of time.
What are the symptoms?
Make no bones about it, bone spurs can cause excruciating pain! The wear and tear over time causes the tissue to break down, causing swelling and pain.
How are bone spurs diagnosed?
A bone spur is usually visible on an X-ray.
How Do You Treat Bone Spurs?
You can treat the symptoms by applying ice, stretching, taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and making sure your shoes fit properly
Bone spurs can be surgically removed when osteoarthritis has caused considerable damage and deformity.
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How does Ezorb get rid of bone spurs?
Bone spurs are caused by weakened bone metabolism. Calcium deficiency also contributes to bone spur formation. When bone metabolism starts weakening, osteoblast (bone forming cells) activity diminishes. As a result, less bone mass is being created from calcium. And oftentimes the new bone mass creation process is not completed. Bone spurs are essentially incomplete bone mass.
Calcium deficiency also plays a role. Calcium is consumed by many body functions. If the body doesn't get it from daily supply, it takes calcium away from the bones, causing calcium "erupted" from bones, hence the bone spurs.
Taking EZorb ensures that the body will never run out of calcium for daily consumption, and it stimulates osteoblast activity to convert more calcium into bone mass. Doing so will cut off the supply to the existing bone spurs. And the existing spurs get reabsorbed or reused to create bone mass.
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