Pain can occur in the back, neck, shoulders, arms, and legs when bone spurs or inflammation cause the nerves to become compressed. This pain is exacerbated by movement and may restrict the mobility of arthritis sufferers. Other symptoms might include numbness/tingling; weakness; and possible bowel or bladder dysfunction.
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