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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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I think I have arthritis pain. I guess my doc

I think I have arthritis pain. I guess my doc is the one to diagnose me, I have aches in different parts of my body, My arms, my hands & wrists and sometimes thighs. I'm 68 years old. Is this typical? My lower back just reminded me to not forget about it. Can arthritis be cured? or treated?
Thu, 8 Nov 2018
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