Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)

Repetitive strain injury is an injury that is related to repeated movement of a particular part of the body that affects nerves, tendons and muscles.
 Most commonly seen is the wrist or hand (carpal tunnel)
Other examples of Repetitive strain injuries are:
Bursitis,Cubital tunnel syndrome, Diffuse RSI, Dequervains syndrome, Dupuytrens contracture, Dystonia (writer’s cramp) Epicondylitis, Game keepers thumb, Tenosynovitis to name a few.

Signs and Symptoms
 Pain
 Aching
 Tiredness
 Redness and swelling
This can affect wrists, arms, shoulders, neck or legs during and after work.

How can Osteopathy help?
Correction of any postural issues
Exercises to loosen and strengthen muscles