CLEVELAND — Seventy million people are suffering from arthritis. Many of them deal with pain in their wrists. Until now, they were fitted with bulky, one-size-fits-all wrist replacements. Now, doctors have found a way to personalize each replacement and save money doing it.
From cleaning the yard to more simple tasks, everything David Gray did was painful.
“I could have severe pain by pulling a handkerchief out of my pocket,” Gray recalled to Ivanhoe. “Washing my face, shaving, just routine matters would bring on severe pain.”