Elbows Can Be Replaced Too

Elbow replacement can be a good option for a fractured arm.

Hips, knees and shoulders aren’t the only joints that can be replaced. There is also a replacement for elbows. It’s done less frequently and usually for different reasons. Elbow replacements are typically used to treat bone fractures, rheumatoid arthritis and, less commonly, osteoarthritis. People engaged in heavy labor are most at risk for osteoarthritis in […]
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