Features February 2019 Issue

Osteoarthritis in Hands

Osteoarthritis in hands most often occurs in the joints highlighted in red.

Osteoarthritis in Hands

Osteoarthritis is common in certain hand joints, and it can limit function.

The 27 bones in your hand and wrist meet at many small joints, allowing for an incredible range of motion and precise movements. A few of these joints are particularly susceptible to osteoarthritis.

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