RSI on the Rise in UK

According to an article in Exeter, England’s “Express & Echo” newspaper: Physiotherapists are urging employers to protect staff from Repetitive Strain Injury after discovering some 27,000 workers in the South West are suffering from the disorder.The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy says there is now more RSI across the country than …

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RSI Action Interview

The Cambridge Evening News has an interview with Steve Fisher, the chairman of RSI Action, a national RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) charity based in the United Kingdom. RSI Action aims to improve the prevention and relief of sickness, hardship and distress amongst those suffering within the UK from Repetitive Strain …

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The Terror Known as RSI

Ivan at FreelanceSwitch, a community web site for freelancers, has posted an article entitled “The Terror Known as RSI“: I can tell your future! Are you holding a mouse while slouching in your nice office chair? Maybe you’re a coder. Resting our hands on the keyboard wrist pad, are we? …

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Blood Tests May Identify RSI

Researchers at Temple University have found early indicators of inflammation in work-related injuries caused by repetitive motion. Their findings could someday lead to early detection and prevention of debilitating conditions such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Tendonitis. The new study from senior researchers Ann Barr and Mary Barbe and their …

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