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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Category : Repetitive strain injury

    Repetitive strain injury advice


    Seeking repetitive strain injury advice at the earliest opportunity after the condition has been diagnosed is crucial for successful treatment and your ability to continue your life without pain. The term repetitive strain injury is a universal term that describes the pain and discomfort that is felt in muscles, nerves and tendons as a result….

    Failure to diagnose carpal tunnel syndrome


    Carpal tunnel syndrome is something most people will be familiar with. Indeed many people will have suffered from it at one time or another, depending on what they do and how prone they are to being affected by the symptoms that define this condition. Most people find the condition is worse at night, at least….

    Treatment for RSI: Massage


    One of the biggest perils of the modern workplace is the threat of suffering from a Repetitive Strain Injury, or RSI. They can be both significantly painful and extremely complicated in terms of treatment and rehabilitation. In terms of accidents at work, whilst they may not have the shocking immediacy of a trip or fall,….

    Treatment for RSI: Medication


    What is RSI? Repetitive Strain Injury also known as a RSI is a condition which results in pain from repeatedly using the same muscles. It describes a range of conditions affecting the muscles, tendons and other soft tissue in the body. RSI is becoming increasingly more common in the workplace environment and is one of….

    Common causes of repetitive strain injury


    Repetitive strain injuries are a very real and considerably painful concern for millions of employers and staff up and down the country. As far as accidents at work go, repetitive strain injuries may not immediately leap to mind as the most dangerous. However, the fact that they build up over a period time means that….

    Treatment for RSI: Surgery


    RSI, or repetitive strain injury, is used as a term for a variety of injuries related to muscles. Categorised into Type 1 or Type 2 RSI, it typically affects the sufferer’s arms, hands and/ or upper body. It is often associated with repetitive manual tasks, typing or use of vibrating equipment; working in very cold….

    Treatment for RSI: Clinical hypnosis


    RSI or repetitive strain injury is a condition which affects the nerves, muscles and tendons in the joints. This can cause significant pain to the area affected and may have been caused by an accident at work. RSI is caused when an activity is consistently repeated causing strain. This is especially common in an office….

    The symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


    People do not tend to think of the workplace or the home as places where you risk injury. However there are some conditions that can occur as a result of repetitive tasks and this can be the case if you are constantly typing, writing or other forms of repetition. One of these may be Carpal….

    What to do if your job gives you RSI


    If you already suffer from RSI – which stands for repetitive strain injury – you will know how painful and uncomfortable it can be. The name is given to a condition that may develop when someone performs the same movements over and over again. Some people wrongly assume you have to lift or move heavy….

    Repetitive strain accident counselling


    If you have suffered injury as the result of having to repeat tasks at work over and over, the outcome might be that repetitive strain accident counselling is the most appropriate form of therapy for you to undertake, alongside the physical treatment programme your medical practitioner has outlined for you. Your employer should have taken….

    Treatment for RSI: Alexander technique


    According to figures from the Health and Safety Executive, more than one million people in the UK suffered from a work-related illness in 2012. If you’ve had an accident at work or you have a work-related health condition, you may wish to consider claiming compensation. Work-related illnesses: what is repetitive strain injury? Repetitive strain injury,….

    Treatment for RSI: Feldenkrais


    Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) are one of the biggest problems in terms of injuries at work facing employers in the modern workplace. They are complicated and problematic in a number of ways, including the undoubted fact that the treatment and recovery from an RSI at work can be a long and arduous process. Accidents at….

    How to avoid repetitive strain injury


    Repetitive strain injury (RSI) is one of the most common work-related ailments. It is also known as work-related upper limb disorder and is characterised by aches and pains, which are caused by repetitive movements. If you’ve had an accident at work or suffered an illness as a result of your job, you may be able….

    I have an RSI condition – can I claim?


    Repetitive strain injury (RSI) is also known as work-related upper limb disorder. The term refers to the pain that individuals experience in their nerves, tendons and muscles and which are the result of repetitive movements or overuse. The most common parts of the body to be affected by RSI are the neck, shoulders, elbow, wrist….

    How do I claim for Repetitive Strain Injury?


    If you decide to make a claim for Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) you will first need to prove you have the symptoms. RSI is a physical condition caused by repeated rapid movements, which put a strain on tendons and muscles, especially in the back, wrists and arms. RSI affects a whole range of people performing….

    Treatment for RSI: Yoga


    The umbrella term ‘repetitive strain injury’ covers an array of injuries typically affecting muscles, nerves and tendons within a person’s upper limbs and/or neck. It is classified in two separate categories, namely Type 1 or 2 RSI. While Type 2 or diffuse RSI is used to describe a condition with a variety of symptoms similar….

    Treatment for RSI: Physiotherapy


    Work is part and parcel of everyday life for most people living in the UK, but if you’ve had an accident at work or you suffer from a work-related injury, you may be able to claim for compensation. Common work-related illnesses and injuries Figures from the Health and Safety Executive show that 78,000 people suffered….

    Repetitive strain injury advice


    Workers across all industries are at risk of developing a repetitive strain injury. It falls into the category of upper limb disorders and is generally caused from repeating the same motion over and over again. If you need repetitive strain injury advice, call Accident Advice Helpline. Our well-trained staff will be able to give you….

    What is RSI?


    RSI stands for repetitive strain injury. This is a very common injury that is caused by overusing hands to perform a task repetitively. Office workers will be well aware of this injury as it is caused by repeatedly clicking, writing or typing. People who use computers on a daily basis are at a huge risk….

    Repetitive Strain Injury claims


    Repetitive Strain Injury is a debilitating condition caused by the strain on muscles and tendons, which in turn affects the arm, wrist and back. The condition is sparked by repetitive movements, day after day, as well as poor posture while performing tasks. RSI can affect people who are involved in physical activities, such as sports…..

    RSI injury


    If you pick up an RSI injury in the workplace through no fault of your own, then Accident Advice Helpline can give you any guidance you require, and help you to raise a personal injury claim for compensation. Back injury study by the HSE Back in 2006, the HSE (Health and Safety Executive) conducted a major study….

    RSI accident


    An RSI accident (Repetitive Strain Injury accident) in the workplace is also sometimes referred to as a WRULD accident, which stands for a “Work Related Upper Limb Disorder” accident. The reason (unsurprisingly) is that the majority of RSIs do indeed relate to the upper limbs, nerves, muscles and tissues. The most common RSIs that are….

    RSI claim


    If you’ve been injured in the workplace through no fault of your own, and you’re considering making an RSI claim (repetitive strain injury), you should consider using our no-win, no-fee services. Claims for repetitive strain injuries sustained in the workplace are one of our specialties, a fact attested to by Dame Esther Rantzen, the well-known people’s consumer champion….

    How much will a claim be worth with carpal tunnel?


    Have you ever had cause to ask ‘How much will a claim be worth with carpal tunnel?’ Many people suffer from this condition, and it can cause significant pain and discomfort. It also makes doing various things much harder and more painful than should be the case. Asking ‘how much will a claim be worth….

    Repetitive strain specialist lawyer


    There are an increasing number of repetitive strain injury claims in the UK. It is estimated that up to half a million people suffer a repetitive strain injury every year. Many of these are handled by a repetitive strain specialist lawyer from the law firm Accident Advice Helpline. Our solicitors help many people affected by this….

    Repetitive strain injury RSI claim


    Making a repetitive strain injury RSI claim As our world has become more computerised, so repetitive strain injury has become a relatively common condition from which many of us may suffer during our lifetime:  Currently in the UK, approximately one worker in every 50 has reported an RSI condition. Definition of repetitive strain injury (RSI)….

    Repetitive strain injury


    You may not know this, but if you have been injured in the workplace, it may be possible for you to obtain personal injury compensation, just as you would be able to do if you were involved in an accident that was not your fault. One of the most common types of personal injury experienced….

    Claiming compensation repetitive strain injuries


    Claiming compensation for repetitive strain injuries can be stress free Repetitive strain injuries are now well-known as a severe medical complaint and one which can cause its sufferers a huge amount of pain and suffering which can lead to not being able to work or carry out common tasks in their day to day lives. It….

    Repetitive strain injury compensation


    Repetitive strain injury (sometimes called RSI) is caused when the sufferer carries out certain tasks over and over again or holds a part of their body in a sustained or awkward position. Repetitive strain injury can include symptoms of pain, weakness and not being able to maintain a movement for a long time. If you….

    Repetitive strain injury compensation claims


    Repetitive strain injury is an umbrella term which describes damage to muscles, nerves, tendons or other soft tissues resulting from overuse or misuse. A repetitive strain injury usually occurs in the upper limbs and can lead to other problems too, such as tendonitis. Repetitive strain injury compensation claims Repetitive strain injury is extremely common nowadays – in….


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