What is RSI of the thumb?
Your chances of developing bursitis increase if you have to spend a long time kneeling down or resting on your elbows at work or carry out tasks where you have to use your wrist, forearms or elbows a lot. Twisting, pulling and gripping all contribute to it, so if you’re a carpenter or musician for example, you could develop bursitis as a result of your work.
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Suffering with Repetitive Strain Injury?
RSI can be debilitating and can prevent you from doing your job, performing everyday domestic tasks and enjoying your leisure activities and hobbies. Speak to one of our specialist RSI claims solicitors today and get the compensation you deserve for your injury.
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