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WHEN SPORTS INJURIES LEAD TO ARTHRITIS IN THE JOINTS: When a physically active person like me inj…

WHEN SPORTS INJURIES LEAD TO ARTHRITIS IN THE JOINTS: When a physically active person like me injures a joint, especially one as crucial as a knee or ankle, one of the first thoughts, if not the first thought, is likely to be “How fast can I get back to my usual activities?” That kind of […]
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