BlackBerry thumb' is the overuse of a mobile phone for work purposes and we envisage potential work in this area as more people are using their handsets when they're on the move, which is leading to repetitive strain injury
The device, which is intended to replace the traditional computer mouse and help repetitive strain injury
(RSI) sufferers, offers an electronic version of the original mechanical device introduced in 1994.
The strike is in protest at changes which the union claim will lead to excessive monitoring of staff, de-skilling of work and exposure to repetitive strain injury
Noel Edmonds is suffering from repetitive strain injury
because he has to keep picking up the phone on his show Deal or No Deal.
Some users with repetitive strain injury
prefer keyboard equivalents to using a mouse.
Chapter One, "Nerve Problems in the Neck, Shoulders, Arms and Hands," explains carpal tunnel, nerve injury, thoracic outlet syndrome, fibromyalgia and repetitive strain injury
It overcomes the disadvantages that can be associated with hand sleeving; it uses flat cut blanks, which are less expensive than pre-glued sleeves, it provides online coding and date stamping, it requires less skilled labour, it provides a tighter sleeve and it reduces the risk of repetitive strain injury
Julian told the Sunday People: "The pain was getting worse so I went to the doctor and he said it was repetitive strain injury
caused by working too much on my computer.
A Swedish researcher in the filed of ergonomics has developed a new type of computer mouse which he claims does not cause some types of repetitive strain injury
What we have here, insists the Australian Dr Straker, is the onset of worldwide repetitive strain injury
among a whole generation.
Over a three-year period in the 1990s, the number of cases of repetitive strain injury
reported increased four-fold, requiring 30 days off work, on average (U.
People who use a keyboard for more than four hours a day have a 50 percent chance of developing a repetitive strain injury
at some point in their lives, according to Ergonomic Insights and Innovations.