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a painful disorder caused by compression of a nerve in the carpal tunnel

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Do each of us--the member of Parliament developing policy, the panel beater developing repetitive stress injury, the teacher developing minds and the school student developing friends--sufficiently understand the part human rights play in our daily lives, and in the lives of others?
Some estimates suggest that one out of every three workers' compensation claim dollars pays for a repetitive stress injury.
It will be helpful if the committee can determine whether particular departments or tasks carry a higher rate of repetitive stress injury (PSI) than others.
Even white collar workers today are suffering "Blackberry thumb," a kind of repetitive stress injury that comes from working with their PDAs way too much.
RSI stands for Repetitive Stress Injury. A few years ago, doctors began to notice that, along with adults, kids were also starting to get RSIs.
Dr Rae said: "It is a form of repetitive stress injury or overuse injury as it's sometimes called.
"For the head of the agency that's in charge of worker safety, he appointed somebody who went around trying to prove in court that there's no such thing as repetitive stress injury. That's exactly the opposite of what that agency should be doing and who should be running that agency.
United Pacific also offers Repetitive Stress Injury (RSI) wrap-around support including the Universal Wrist Wrap, Wrist Forearm Splint and Cock-Up Wrist Splint with Dorsal Stay.
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