I specialize in the medical management of various musculoskeletal disorders such as gout, tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, osteoarthritis, etc., rheumatologic autoimmune diseases (ie rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus, scleroderma, dermatomyositis), and metabolic bone diseases (osteoporosis, osteomalacia, Paget’s disease).
Like the commonly known ailments, there are several treatments for repetitive stress injury. Below are some options that you can choose from to treat your strained muscle. 1. Rest Stop whatever you are doing that caused your condition. Of course it is impossible to stop working, so the best thing to do is take some break from your tasks. Relax for a bit. If you can’t do it while at work, then visit a massage therapist once in a while. Massage has long been known as a therapeutic technique that manipulates the soft tissues of the body. It provides calming » » » [Read more]
As most cases, repetitive stress injury is classified into two respective types. Below is the explanation of each type and how they differ from each other. Type-1 Repetitive Stress Injury Repetitive stress injury that fall in this category are based on one thing, it can be diagnosed by a physician through its recognized signs and symptoms. These symptoms usually involve inflammation and swelling of soft tissues like tendons or muscles affected by stress. Some of the signs and symptoms that are clinically seen on an Repetitive Stress Injury case Bursitis Bursitis is defined as the inflammation of the bursa. Bursa » » » [Read more]