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Introduction
Repetitive strain injury (RSI), also called work-related upper limb disorder, is a general term used to describe the pain from muscles, nerves and tendons.
Symptoms of repetitive strain injury (RSI)
The symptoms of repetitive strain injury (RSI) usually develop gradually. They can range from mild to severe.
Causes of repetitive strain injury (RSI)
Repetitive strain injury (RSI) is related to the overuse of muscles and tendons in the upper body, especially the hands, wrists, forearms, elbows, shoulders, back or neck.
Diagnosing repetitive strain injury (RSI)
There is no single test to check for repetitive strain injury (RSI) as the symptoms can be caused by a variety of things. Often no clear problems are found despite extensive tests.
Treating repetitive strain injury (RSI)
Treatment for repetitive strain injury (RSI) depends on your symptoms and whether a specific condition has been diagnosed.
Preventing repetitive strain injury (RSI)
Preventing repetitive strain injury (RSI) or relieving your symptoms involves understanding what causes the problem.