Repetitive Stress Injury. A common term used to describe injury caused by repetitive motions of the fingers, wrists, hands, arms, and/or shoulders. Many RSIs have more specific names, such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or tendonitis.
repetitive stress injury. Wrist strain resulting from too much time spent keying in data; RSI can also affect the arms, shoulders, or neck.
Repetitive strain injuries
repetitive stress injury. A medical condition resulting in severe arm pain, thought to be caused by sitting long hours at computer keyboards.
Repeated Stress Injuries
Repetitive stress injury. A type of injury, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, that is caused by performing the same physical movements over and over again.
Repetitive strain injury, a workplace-related condition caused by poor workstation design.
"Repetitive Strain Injury" is the term applied to a variety of conditions affecting the muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, or joints. RSI is often work-related, and can result when a person makes too many of the same motions over a long period of time. It is characterized by numbness, pain, and a wasting and weakening of muscles. Also known as "Repetitive Stress Injury", "Cumulative Trauma Disorder" (CTD), "Repetitive-Motion Disorder", and "Repetitive Stress Syndrome". See article: Repetitive Strain Injury.
Repetitive strain injury. An injury to the upper extremities resulting from prolonged overuse, pressure, force, vibration, or awkward or constrained posture
A repetitive strain injury (RSI) is an injury or disorder of the muscles, nerves, tendons, ligaments, or joints.
Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) is the development of ailments of the hands, neck, back, and eyes due to improper computer use.
Repetitive Stress Injury. This disability may be chronic or acute and usually is described as pain caused by overuse of extremities, usually hands and wrists.