RSI In India

Computer Related Injury (CRI) is wreaking havoc on young India’s health. As more people get hooked to laptops, mobiles and even playstations, incidence of CRI has become common, particularly among those 20-30 years of age. Even schoolchildren are reporting it.

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Computer-Related Injuries in India

Physicians attribute India’s RSI problems not only to heavy use of computers, video games, and cell phones, but to employer’s attempts to improve workplace ergonomics: Most companies blindly follow ergonomics recommendation from American or European countries, ignoring the fact that an average Indian is at least five inches shorter than his western counterpart.

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Trigger Finger Treatment Options

Trigger Finger is a type of repetitive strain injury (RSI) condition that occurs when a nodule or adhesion forms on the tendon and gets caught as it passes through the tendon sheath or pulley system when the finger is flexed. Painful, uncomfortable, and downright debilitating, the condition can impede the ability to participate in simple everyday tasks.

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