SEATTLE, WA - Many people often think about arthritis affecting the hands, knees, and hips. Although it's less common, arthritis can also occur in the shoulders, causing pain and impeding range of motion.
Dr. Michael Codsi from EvergreenHealth Orthopedic and Sports Care clarifies the difference between arthritis and other shoulder pain.
For more information about EvergreenHealth's Orthopedic and Sports Care program, visit www.evergreenhealth.com/ortho-sports.
You can also learn about different types of joint pain and therapy options, plus see examples of stretching exercises at www.drcodsi.com.
Additional resources can be found at www.arthritisfoundation.org.
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