nd neck.

Tennis elbow, where rotating your wrist and using force causes a form of epicondylitis.

Tendinitis, where unacustomed exercise or repeated awkward movements inflame wrist, elbow, or shoulder tendons, often leading to severe stiffness.

Trigger finger, a popping or catching sensation when you bend your finger, wrist, or shoulder. This form of tenosynovitis is caused by repetitive hand movements.

To prevent the condition worsening, treat the pain with heat, cold, or aspirin, ibuprofen, or naproxen sodium; rest; or immobilise the injured area with a splint or bandage. See a doctor.

Amara's RSI information.

RSI links from Yahoo.

Guide to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

CTS from Yahoo.

Last updated: 1999-10-03

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