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How many times a day do you reach out to grab something? Things like the steering wheel, a glass of water, or the handle of a grocery cart. The answer is lots. But for people who have damaged elbow joints from issues such as rheumatoid arthritis, simple tasks can be painful and difficult. Vivien Williams explains how elbow replacements are a surgical option that can get rid of the pain and give back the ability to do many everyday tasks.