You Time: Tips for Avoiding Repetitive Motion Injuries
Take steps to stay pain-free
October 23, 2017
Your musculoskeletal system includes the bones and muscles that help you move. Doing the same motion day after day can be hard on your body, and can strain your musculoskeletal system.
Have you ever felt numbness in your hand or a sharp pain in your arm or wrist? It could be an injury from repeating the same motion. Repetitive motion injuries (RMIs) usually affect the hands, wrists, elbows and shoulders. Strain causes tiny tears in your muscles and tendons. When the tears can’t heal as fast as they are being made, the area becomes inflamed and painful.
Keeping motion injuries at bay
You can prevent RMIs from happening and reduce symptoms. Here are a few tips:
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