Repetitive strain injuries


Repetitive strain injuries, or RSI, is a generalised term used to describe the pain felt in muscles, nerves and tendons caused by repetitive movement and overuse. Most often experienced through the wrist, RSI is mostly felt through the upper body, such as the hands, shoulders and neck.

Symptoms of RSI include:

  • pain, aching or tenderness
  • stiffness
  • throbbing
  • tingling or numbness
  • weakness
  • cramp

We offer treatment for repetitive strain injuries, as well as preventative programmes tailored for you.