He specifically mentioned the bone spur
(a calcium deposit causing a bony protrusion on the underside of the heel bone) deferment that was used, which Trump happened to use for the same purpose.
Trump graduated in 1968 and applied for, and received, a 1Y deferment for bone spurs
A Bone spurs
are fairly common and they're usually associated with wear-and-tear on the joints, just like osteoarthritis.
If no surgery were performed on individuals with disc degeneration, where bones are rubbing painfully against one another, the biologic drive within our body is to grow bone spurs
from one bone to another, bridging the gap.
The bones on either side move closer together, sometimes leading to bone spurs
and pinched nerves.
The Boston Celtics defensive star and inspirational leader had bone spurs
removed during the arthroscopic surgery.
Reading the July/August 2008 edition of Medical Mailbox, I was very empathetic with Edith, who is suffering from bone spurs
in her heels.
Parker's return has yet to be determined with bone spurs
in his right heel.
HOWEVER, MY HUSBAND IS WORRIED THIS COULD DAMAGE HER FEET, BECAUSE I HAVE BUNIONS AND BONE SPURS
A: Many people with osteoarthritis get bone spurs
for several reasons.
Most avid runners suffer from shin splints; lower-back pain; tight hip flexors; tight hamstrings; hip, knee, ankle and foot pain; tight muscles; and foot disorders like plantar fasciitis and bone spurs
Jones has not played for a year after suffering from bone spurs
in his ankle during the fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge before twisting his left knee in February.