Novice Guitarists Under Threat of Repetitive Strain Injury

The condition of RSI is a syndrome that effects muscles, tendons and nerves in the hands, arms and upper back and is developed when muscles in these areas are kept tense for long periods of time, due to poor posture and/or repetitive motions. The problem of guitarists and other musicians suffering from RSI is not a new one, with several popular guitarists falling foul of the syndrome.

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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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