injuries are the nation's most common and costly occupational health problem.
It can also be used to treat a large number of problems such as back pain, repetitive strain
injury, sciatica and migraine to name but a few.
According to chiropractors, children using "tech toys" such as iPhones, iPads and hand-held games are complaining of repetitive strain
injuries of the thumbs, wrist and elbows, stiff necks, headaches and sore shoulders, which are injuries usually associated with adults working with computers.
A MEDICAL health organisation is calling on the Government to force West Midland's employers to improve working conditions following a sharp rise in repetitive strain
The Expo may seem costly, but the investment it could attract to Liverpool would eclipse that cost many times over, as long as we come home with tangible results, rather than repetitive strain
injury from a lot of fruitless glad-handing.
Summary: The number of workers who suffer from Repetitive Strain
Injury (RSI) has reached alarming levels, according to the latest research, with 68 per cent of staff experiencing problems.
And, thanks to repetitive strain
injury it's difficult to scrabble through the paper.
Her GP had previously diagnosed a repetitive strain
PHYSIOTHERAPISTS called today for urgent action to protect workers from repetitive strain
injury after a new report showed a "sharp increase" in the number of sufferers.
A typist with the RAF is to be paid almost half a million pounds because she developed repetitive strain
injury from typing and it made her depressed.
These strain sensors are useful for applications that require the measurement of repetitive strain
curves for monitoring forces experienced during manufacturing, assembly, online processes, quality assurance, or end-of-line product testing.
It turns out that he's on the computer so often playing games that he's got repetitive strain