Repetitive Strain Injuries - South West

A Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) includes a spectrum of conditions, from tendonitis to carpal tunnel syndrome to bursitis and is characterized by pain and loss of feeling in a limb resulting from repeated movements or sustained static loading on the part. The hand, wrist, and arm are the most commonly affected limbs.

For additional services see Occupational Health Clinics.
 
These services serve all or part of South West
London Health Sciences Centre - University Hospital - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Mononeuropathy Clinic   London



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