Handling Hand Arthritis

Hand OA is a common condition for women; proactive treatment can help maintain motion.

From helping you perform the simplest task, to aiding with an intricate accomplishment of painting or playing an instrument, your hands are a go-to daily tool. But when your hands start to hurt from osteoarthritis (OA), your day can become complicated, according to Cleveland Clinic orthopaedic surgeon Steven Maschke, MD.
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