Weekly Education Broadcast- Replay 20200720
-Bone Spurs, when are they significant?
-Instability and Regenerative medicine.
-Cases where bone spurs are not significant and can just be followed.
-Cases where treating can be helpful- calcific tendinitis, tendon impingement.
Instability, Calcifications, and When are bone spurs significant.
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In this video Siddharth Tambar MD from Chicago Arthritis and Regenerative Medicine discusses bone spurs, when they are significant and when not, and when to treat.