Remedies for foot pain due to bone spur on top and outside of foot?

Determine cause . Protecting the area from excessive shoe pressure is often helpful. Wider and more supportive shoes can also help. Orthotic inserts in shoes can improve poor biomechanics. It is best to determine reason for the spur to have occurred to treat properly.

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Foot pain could it be bone spur?

Possible. Depending on the location, onset of pain, and any history of injury, underlying history of arthritis, it is possible. Other possibility could be plantar fasciitis. More information might be helpful. Read more...
Too general. There are many causes for foot pain. A bone spur is just one. Read more...
Yes it could be. The only way to really know if you have a spur is to have an x-ray. Read more...
It could. It could also be a whole bunch of difeerent things. See a podiatrist for evaluation. Read more...

Why does my foot still hurt 2 months after pkantar faschia release and bone spur removale?

This is not so . Unusual for this type of surgery. Ask your surgeon if they feel physical therapy may be of some value. Read more...
Heel pain. It takes a while for the body to heal and this may be normal for you. Suggest orthotics and strapping to give more support and discuss with your surgeon. Read more...
Scar tissue. Patients that don't recover from plantar fascia with bone spur resection usually develop scar tissue. With all my patients, I have them go through an aggressive physical therapy with ultrasound, electrical stim, cutting edge laser therapy and finally have the patient do a rigorous stretching regimen. It should get better for you, it sometimes takes 4 to 6 months. Read more...

Bone spurs on balls of both feet. Treatment options? Recovery time?

Location? It depends on the location of the bone spurs. If you are referring to heel spurs, then the treatments are very conservative for over 6 months before surgery becomes part of the discussion. Spurring anywhere else on the foot or ankle can be discussed surgically if there is associated pain. Read more...
Bone spurs. This is a difficult question to answer without more exact info. I am assuming you have metatarsal bones that are bulging against the bottom of the foot, causing pain and possible painful callus/corn formation. Treatments include orthotic devices to reduce the abnormal pressures or surgery to improve the weightbearing balance amongst the bones. Recovery from that is usually a few weeks. Read more...