Osteoarthritis Arthritis Elbow
Arthritis occurs when cartilage, which normally protects the joint, begins to break down. It is most commonly associated with the aging process but can also be linked to genetics, obesity and past injuries. The most common form of arthritis, Osteoarthritis, is often experienced through any combination of stiffness, swelling, tenderness, warmth and/or redness in a joint and reduced mobility at the location of the joint. For more information on Osteoarthritis and Arthritis, visit Arthritis.org.