RSI – Repetive Strain Injury

What is RSI – Repetive Strain Injury?

A term used to describe damage and pain caused by repetitive movement and overuse. Repetitive strain injury impacts muscles, nerves, ligaments, and tendons.

These types of injuries can be caused by improper technique or overuse. The elderly are most commonly affected.

More About Repetive Strain Injury

Symptoms include tenderness, stiffness, or tingling in the affected area. Treatment may include anti-inflammatory drugs, physiotherapy, ergonomic evaluation, and rarely surgery.