Repetitive stress injuries include a number of problems. RSI or repetitive stress injuries can affect any movable part of the body. The injuries are associated with continuous tasks, vibrations, forceful exertions, awkward position and mechanical compressions.
Repetitive stress injuries have a number of causes and also a wide variety of symptoms. It includes tingling in the arm or hand, Joint Pain or tenderness in the area of the affected joint or muscle, pulsating feeling in the affected area, loss of strength and also decrease in the sensation of the affected area. There are some other symptoms as well which depends on the part of the body which is affected.
There are various causes behind the development of repetitive stress injuries. Some of them are:
It has been found that people who have psychological stress, are prone to repetitive stress injuries which usually worsen the condition.
It has been found that preventing repetitive stress injuries are difficult to prevent from worsening or developing when the cause behind it is related to certain activities or work. The most useful and important way to prevent the injury is to stop the intensity of certain activity or to reduce it. It might happen that the job or activity cannot be stopped, and in that case, there are certain prevention measures.
There are many treatments for repetitive stress injuries. The most common treatment that can be found is taking medications, especially painkillers. Also, applying heat packs and ice packs can help. There are many steroid injections available for the treatment as well along with the option of surgery. But, today PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma therapy is widely used in place of surgeries, as this treatment has the ability to cure the affected area much faster than surgeries. Also, the PRP Recovery time is much less than surgeries along with adverse benefits as well. Dr Vineeth MB, Orthopedic Doctor in Ernakulam provides Repetitive Stress Injury PRP Treatment in Kochi. RSI PRP Therapy in Kerala, India