Tag Archives: Repetitive strain injury

Pain in the App – Some Smartphone habits not so smart

Technology can make our life easier, provide us with amazing gadgets, and open us to a world of information and connection. But how does it impact the human body? Being a bodyworker who specializes in repetitive strain injuries, body mechanics, … Continue reading

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The Body Remembers – Childhood Origins of Adult Musculoskeletal Issues – Part II

Soft-Tissue Injuries Most children incur many bruises, scrapes, cuts, and muscle tears before they are fully grown, and sometimes these can have long-term consequences for the body. Severe pain can cause muscle guarding, even when an injury heals properly.17 Myofascial … Continue reading

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Redesigning Movement – Can You Change? Part 5 – Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is the most common Repetitive Stress Injury (RSI) or Cumulative Trauma Disorder (CTD) seen by health professionals and is also one of the most preventable conditions. It presents as pain, burning, numbness or … Continue reading

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Redesigning Movement – Can You Change? Part 4 – Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow is known as lateral epicondylitis or more simply, tendonitis. It is inflammation of the tendon attachment to the humerus. The pain involved usually begins at the outside of the elbow and can radiate down the arm and in … Continue reading

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