Make Changes At Work To Avoid Repetitive Stress Injury

In an article in the El Paso Times, Bernadette Sedillos Self writes about repetitive-motion injuries suffered by workers in the course of their day-to-day jobs.

“The good news is many people can avoid repetitive stress injuries by altering their work environments and learning how to perform tasks in such a way that injury is avoided. The key to treating RSIs is to change how you do something and, if necessary, change your workstation. A few changes in the position of your arms, back and feet while working can prevent stress injuries.”

Read the complete article for details.

Randy Rasa

Randy is an engineer/programmer/web designer who has suffered from repetitive strain injury off and on for over a decade.


  1. cant find article. link may need updating?

  2. Looks like the article is no longer available on their web site. That’s one of the perils of referencing newspaper articles – sometimes they just disappear. Sorry about that.

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