What Are RSIs and What Are the Symptoms?
Under state workers’ comp systems, RSIs go by several names, such as overuse injuries and repetitive strain injuries. These injuries are legible for compensation dependent on your case and work field.
A RSI may involve any or all of several different symptoms in the affected part of your body, including:
- Reduced range of motion
- Dull aches
- Loss of strength
Types of RSI’s:
There are several different conditions that are included with a RSI, such as the following:
- Trigger Finger
- Lower back pain
- Tendonitis, trigger finger,
- Rotator cuff syndrome
To learn more about how repeated stress injuries can affect you and how you can recieve compensation, contact Franks & Rechenberg, P.C. today.