Repetitive Strain Injury is a term used to describe a number of disorders which are caused by repetitive movements of parts of the body. These disorders include forearm tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, deQuervain's tendonitis of the thumb and tennis elbow.
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Blog relating to repetitive strain injury and ergonomics by a long time RSI sufferer. Also includes information, FAQ and details of some software utilities and ergonomic products.
The Harvard RSI Action
Discussing Repetitive Stress Injuries, like carpal tunnel syndrome and tendonitis of the hands and wrists.
NHS Choices: Repetitive Strain Injury
Provides details of symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
Repetitive Motion Injuries
Information on the causes, symptoms, and treatment of repetitive strain injuries.
Repetitive Strain Injury
Advice to cure repetitive strain injuries (pain or numbness in the hands, wrists, fingers, arms and neck area).
Repetitive Strain Injury:
Causes, treatment, and prevention; slide presentation by Jeff Okamoto of the Hewlett Packard Corporation.
The RSI & Overuse Injury Association of the ACT Inc
Aims to support people with repetitive strain injury, occupational overuse injury and related conditions. Includes information on daily life, treatment and management.
Information and advice about preventing and managing repetitive strain injury, by Deborah Quilter.
Provides information on treatment, employment, the law, stretches and exercises.
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