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What You Should Know

Below are answers to important ergonomic questions.

What are RSI, CTD, RMI and MSD?

RSI (repetitive strain injury), CTD (cumulative trauma disorder) and RMI (repetitive motion injury) and MSD (musculoskeletal disorder) are used interchangeably and are defined as the wear and tear on the tendons, muscles, and sensitive nerve tissue caused by continuous use over an extended period of time.

What are some of the warning signs?

What are common contributing factors?

What are the causes?

What can be done to prevent RSI, CTD, RMI or MSD?

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