Monthly Archives: February 2011

Trigger Finger Syndrome: Top 5-Ways to Make it Go Away!

 Trigger Finger / Thumb Syndrome  is a VERY annoying Repetitive Strain Injury to say the least, with symptoms ranging from slight ”skipping” of the tendon as the finger is bent into flexion, to severe pain with the finger “jerking” and “locking” down into the palm of … Continue reading

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Repetitive Strain Injury Statistics from NIOSH, BLS and Other Sources

If you’re interested in repetitive strain injury (RSI) statistics regarding the average time away from work after carpal tunnel surgery, which RSI’s are most prevalent in males vs. females and which jobs were designated as “high risk”, then you will want to … Continue reading

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Repetitive Motion and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is an epidemic of dynamic proportions. It’s to the point where nearly everyone you speak to either currently suffers from symptoms of CTS or knows someone that has it or has had it. Now that’s a … Continue reading

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What is the Best Treatment for Cubital Tunnel Syndrome?

What is Cubital tunnel Syndrome? Cubital Tunnel Syndrome is the compression of the ulnar nerve within the Cubital tunnel at the elbow joint. What are the Symptoms of Cubital Tunnel Syndrome?  The symptoms include paresthesia (pins and needles) and pain on … Continue reading

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Welcome to Repetitive-Strain.com

BSI is dedicated to the successful non-invasive treatment of Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI’s) affecting the upper extremity.  BSI will post a variety of treatments, including massage, ultrasound, exercises and stretches; discussing when and for what each of these modalities should be … Continue reading

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