The time to deal with repetitive stress injury is at the first sign of pain. You should be proactive, learn about your options, and make changes before the situation gets worse.
Repetitive strain injury is a serious condition that can cause pain and suffering, as well as disability and time off work. But when does an injury warrant a claim for compensation, and how do you go about making a claim?
Cortisone shots are one of the most common treatments that doctors prescribe for tendonitis conditions like tennis elbow and RSIs such as carpal tunnel syndrome. But do they really work?
RSI (Repetitive Stress Injury) affects millions of people, but if you are unaware of the symptoms, how can you avoid it? This article takes a look at some of the warning signs of RSI.
Surgery should be a last resort for dealing with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, but even if it’s “successful”, there are post-surgery dangers and complications to be aware of.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is the most widely recognized form of Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), but Trigger Finger is catching up fast, becoming all too common among society and affecting the youth and elderly in ever-increasing numbers.
Many people confuse the terms “RSI” (Repetitive Stress Injuries) and “Carpal Tunnel Syndrome”. While Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a type of injury that occurs as a result of Repetitive Stress Injuries, they are not one and the same.