Millions of Americans have arthritis, a condition that causes joint pain and stiffness. If your joints hurt, you might dread the thought of exercise. However, regular exercise can significantly reduce joint pain. Read on to learn more.
Welcome, my apologies for not writing recently as I’ve been a little busy with my practice moving from Maryland to Western Pennsylvania.
I recently joined Advanced Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation as their Orthopaedic Spine Surgeon and they have a number of offices throughout the Metro-Pittsburgh and Washington areas. My offices locations are at both Washington and Pittsburgh locations.
100 Trich Drive Suite 2
Washington, PA 15301
363 Vanadium Road, Ste. 103
Pittsburgh, PA 15243
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