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How to test and confirm RSI?Views: 454
Aug 09, 2006 7:50 am re: re: How to test and confirm RSI?
Daphne Moore Hi Fanny,
Your comments are interesting and I can confirm them. For the last 7-10 days I have been aware of pain and stiffness in my neck and wracked my brain to try to recall anything I had done that could have caused it... possibly a pulled shoulder muscle a couple of weeks ago. Over the last week I have have a heavyness (couldn't actually call it pain... more an awareness of not being quite right)in my inner elbow. I put this down to the shoulder muscle. Then the 'heavyness' seemed to go down my arm and into my hand. Trying to go to sleep last night with a very uncomfortable and tingly hand (oooer... this IS pain now) it suddenly 'hit' me... carpel tunnel... a long ago problem had materialised once again. I wrapped a support bandage around my wrist and immediately felt some relief and was able to get off to sleep.

> Fanny wrote:
> Deepak,
>YOu need to see a hand specialist right away to see if it's an injury. Signs of an injury may be if the pain lasts when you're off the computer, like while sleeping. Other signs include if you have a stiff neck and back pain along with tingling in your hands.
>> Deepak Motiramani wrote:
>> Hello Members,
>>I do feel pain in my fingers and wrist while sitting on computer. Do let me know if there are medical methods to check for RSI and to which specialist one should refer to?
>>With Regards.


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