Shoulder joints are the most mobile joints in your body, giving your arms a large range of movement.

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A healthy, fully functioning elbow is vital for movement of your arm, wrist and hand. Your elbow joint is formed by three bones: the humerus of the upper arm and the radius & ulna of the lower arm. It is capable of hinge-like movement (bending and straightening of the forearm) and also allows forearm rotation.

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Hands & WrisT

Your hands are prone to trauma and mechanical wear & tear. They can suffer repetitive strain injuries and are sometimes affected by underlying medical conditions.

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