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Spine & Back

Approximately 21 million visits were made to physicians' offices due to back problems in 2006, including more than 8 million visits for low back problems.

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Shoulder

Some pain in the shoulder can be caused by liver, heart, or gallbladder disease.

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Neck

Neck or back pain affects about 9 out of 10 people at some point in their lives.

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Knee

Approximately 19 million visits are made to doctors’ offices each year for knee problems.

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Hip

Most people can walk immediately after they wake up from having a hip replacement. The earliest known artificial hip joint was made of ivory.

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Hand & Wrist

One out of six disabling work injuries involves the fingers. About one fourth of all athletic injuries involve the hand and wrist.

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Foot & Ankle

One quarter of the bones in your body are in your feet.

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Elbow & Forearm

The elbow joint is actually a combination of three separate joints: the humero-radial, humero-ulnar, and radio-ulnar.

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