Vibrations while driving car

I hadn't driven my Honda for trips longer then 15mins for quite some time, but due to a recent workplace change, do around 30 + 30 min everyday. I've started noticing that my arms, specifically the elbows,
are hurting more. I feel that the steering wheel vibrates more then it used to before, I dont know how else to quantify it.
About the car, its a 1999 Honda Accord, well maintained, recently did a water pump and belt change, brake rotors and pads, spark plugs, filters, all fluids replaced on a regular basis at reputable Honda specialist shops [non-dealers]. Around 95,000 miles, 1-owner, Boston area. Tires are Bridgestone Potenza RE950, around 38K and due for change soon.
Is there something specific that I can ask the mechanic to look at? Steering Wheel? or should it be the shocks/struts? Tires?
Thanks.
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Have the tires balance checked;you could have lost a wheelweight. (or buy your new tires;they will probably balance for free for a purchase of 4 new ones,and maybe even do a front end alignment,too.)
I'm leery of dealers rotating my tires. I like to rotate same side,no crossover.
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