After a good night’s sleep, you hope to wake up feeling refreshed and pain-free.  It doesn’t always work that way.  Some people wake up with hip pain in the morning and are mystified.  They are surprised that resting all night and taking the weight off their hips leads to discomfort instead of relief.

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Chronic or recurring wrist pain can be debilitating, particularly if you work with your hands, type, or require a lot of wrist movement and strength for your daily activities.  Wrist pain is often caused by either arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome—but it can be challenging to determine which problem is the culprit.

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Summer is on the way, and everyone is looking forward to getting outside and being more active.  If you suffer from joint pain due to arthritis or injuries, it’s essential to follow a few safety tips to ensure you don’t aggravate your joints.  Exercising with arthritis is vital to maintaining joint health and mobility, but…

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Did you know that shoulder pain, particularly when lifting the arm, is one of the most common reasons to see an orthopedic surgeon?  The complexity of the shoulder joint leaves it susceptible to injury—and because most people use their shoulder joint more or less continuously throughout the day, shoulder pain can be quite common.

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