Repetitive Stress Injury

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If you've ever been sidelined with a repetitive stress injury, you know how frustrating it can be. The pain , ache or swelling are themselves unbearable; however, it's the immobility that is most frustrating. Unable to bear weight or to move with agility, these types of injuries impede people's daily functioning and make the most mundane tasks painful and difficult.

Whether you've missed work or a big game due to elbow pain caused by tendonitis or carpal tunnel syndrome has robbed you of the ability to point, pinch, and grasp, you know that repetitive stress injuries cannot be taken lying down. Yet, more often than not, this is precisely what doctors recommend. Bed rest, lifestyle modification, and anti-inflammatory medications are typical treatment tips.

Sometimes they do the trick. More often than not, they bring minimal, fleeting relief. Indeed, in many cases rest is simply not an option as workplace demands require certain types of tasks (e.g., typing, steering, heavy lifting). To truly take care of a repetitive stress injury, you must go right to the source and treat the muscles and tendons that produce it.

Thankfully, this task can be accomplished with ease when you utilize the program developed by Balance Systems, Inc. The vast majority of repetitive stress injuries occur because of muscle imbalance in the forearm. This imbalance places undue strain on vulnerable finger, wrist, and elbow joints, and it can be corrected with a simple exercise system. Visit www.repetitive-strain.com to learn more about how this system can work for you.

 


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