Cold Pack: You can use a simple ice pack to cure a bone spur. An ice pack is applied over the projected area and pressed softly. Alternating hot and cold packs also increases the blood flow in the affected area and are effective means of curing bone spurs
Turmeric powder can be taken three times a day as it has used for many years for its healing properties. This alleviates the pain and cures bone spurs as well.
Footbath: If the spur occurs at the heel, one can take a foot bath with alternating cold and hot water. It has been found to be an effective home remedy.
Foot Care: As per the Nevada Foot Institute, one can prevent the occurrence of bone spurs by reducing the excess pressure on the foot responsible for the discomfort. This can be done by avoiding or changing tight shoes and keeping soft pads as inserts in your shoes.