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Who should you see if you suspect you have arthritis? Our expert explains who will diagnose you and others who may help with your care.
There are several surgical choices for wrist arthritis, including removing rows of bones, partial fusion, total fusion and wrist joint replacement. Our expert explains each.
Having strong quads could reduce your risk of knee osteoarthritis. Our expert explains and offers tips for protecting your knees.
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