We all face hazards at work. In the UK, for instance, you might be a victim of repetitive strain injury (RSI) if you spend hours typing away, or perhaps you might suffer from sick-building syndrome. In the States you're just as likely to be murdered.
I am very concerned that I could be developing RSI. What can I do, and what treatments either conventional or alternative have proven to be of use? EB, Swindon..... ...
Butchers, grocery store workers and others who do repetitive work should start the day with yoga exercise to reduce the risk of developing carpal tunnel syndrome, a specialist has suggested.
What is one of the most common causes of illness in the West? Diet? Contagion? Genetics? No, lawyers.
I’m writing about the cause of the ever-growing cost of our National Health Service and its degeneration.
My case history of ankylosing spondylitis was of a calcified repetitive strain injury (RSI) of the spine.
Repetitive strain injury (RSI) is a blanket term covering a range of conditions, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis and bursitis, all of which involve damage and inflammation to tendons, nerves, muscles and soft tissues.
Re Harald Gaier’s Alternatives (WDDTY, vol 12 no 11), referring to the use of acupuncture in the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) and repetitive strain injury (RSI
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is the scourge of the modern workplace. The median nerve becomes entrapped as it passes through the wrist, causing weakness, clumsiness, pain or numbness in the hand.
Q: I was diagnosed with prostate cancer several years ago, and had treatments initially with radiotherapy and then with a drug called Zoladex. Zoladex is meant to prevent a recurrence of cancer
I have acute tendonitis in my upper arm. It has been getting increasingly painful, and I’ve had it for about nine months. I can’t put my arm up my back or reach for the seatbelt in the car without severe pain. Craniosacral treatment is helping, but...