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Post By: Celeste McLaughlin, Ergonomics Manager, Arcata, CA
Video Instructor: Erica Conner
Produced by: Solutions Northwest, Inc. (Ergonomics Experts serving Washington, Oregon, and California)

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If you are experiencing forearm, wrist, or hand pain at work, this video will provide some exercises that may provide both relief and strength training.

One common source of forearm, wrist, or hand pain in the office is RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury).

RSI refers to pain in the tendons, muscles or nerves brought on by repetitive movement. As described by Medical News Today: “repetitive tasks, forceful exertions, vibrations, mechanical compression and sustained or awkward positions.” RSI is a type of “Work Related Upper Limb Disorder,” which includes conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis and bursitis.

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