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Understanding and Treating RSI



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Understanding and Treating RSI by Paul Vincent Anthony MacLoughlin
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Musculoskeletal disorders of the upper limbs, often known as repetitive strain injuries (RSIs), are a major and increasing problem in the workplace, and a significant cause of sickness absence and even permanent disability. This is a global problem affecting people of all ages and backgrounds, particularly in the manufacturing and service industries, in agriculture, and in the ever-expanding area of computer use. This is not a comprehensive medical textbook and is aimed at non-specialist medical practitioners, students, healthcare workers and lawyers working in the medico-legal field. The avoidance of medical jargon, the provision of a comprehensive glossary, and the inclusion of case histories will allow the book to be of help to a wider audience.

Table of Contents

Historical Perspectives; Investigations and Diagnosis; Clinical Anatomy' The Clinical Syndromes; Treatment; Aetiology; Prevention; Ergonomics; Medico-Legal; Health and Safety Executive; Case Histories; Glossary; Index.
Release date Australia
December 7th, 2005
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
2nd Revised edition
colour illus
The Chelsea Press
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