RSI Advice For Knitters

Knitters spend hours repeating a small number of motions, so are therefore at risk of RSI, which develops over time and its symptoms often come on gradually. Here are a few defensive tactics whether you’re already a sufferer or just a concerned knitter.

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Workstation Health and Fitness for RSI

Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) is now a major industrial disease affecting millions of people around the world. RSI includes conditions such as carpel tunnel syndrome, tenosynovitis and tendinitis – often collectively referred to as upper limb disorders, musculoskeletal disorders, occupational overuse syndrome (OOS), computer related injuries or cumulative trauma disorders, …

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Avoiding RSI: What We Can Learn From Musicians?

The following article was contributed by Robert Rickover, a teacher of the Alexander Technique living in Lincoln, Nebraska. Before I became an Alexander Technique teacher, I assumed that the most impressive physical activities were performed by professional athletes. Their feats were regularly reported in the newspapers and on TV and …

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