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12 Clear Signs Your Joint Pain Isn’t Just a Workout Injury

Healthination—April 23, 2018

HSS rheumatologist Karmela Kim Chan, MD, explained how joint pain could be tied to a rheumatic condition for Healthination.

If you have the skin condition psoriasis, Dr. Chan explained that your joint pain could be linked to psoriatic arthritis.

Additionally, Dr. Chan pointed out that joint pain varies in osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. "To differentiate, rheumatoid patients typically have worse symptoms first thing in the morning that get better with activity; osteoarthritis patients typically are worse with activity," she said.

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