Repetetive Strain Injury (RSI)
Repetative Strain Injury (RSI)
RSI, or Repetative Strain Injury, most commonly damages the arms, wrists, shoulders, back and neck. It's caused by repeated motions, extremes of motion and excessive force, which over time, strains the soft tissue. When the soft tissue is strained, after a while, the can become tiny tears in in the muscles and tendons, which can escalade and cause permanant tissue damage and disability. Repetitive strain injuries develop slowly over time; and are also called Cumulative Trauma Disorders (CTD) or Muscular Skeletal Disorders (MSD).
RSI is easy to prevent but…
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