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On this website, you'll find lots of info on how to treat and manage RSI, real life stories from people with RSI and advice on how to use your computer safely. And don't forget to take a look at our Helping Hand sheets for advice on how to keep doing the things that you've always done like driving, cycling, gardening, reading and more!
Think you might have RSI?It's time to talk to your doctor if you have any of these symptoms in your hands, arms, neck or shoulders and they come on during or after work:
- weakness in the arms or shoulders,
- painful sore arms, neck or shoulders,
- difficulty doing everyday tasks,
- cold hands.
Here's what our members say about how we help:"The newsletters I have been receiving over the last number of years have been invaluable and given me a lot of support."
"It is all so very helpful!""I have enjoyed your publication, and benefited greatly when my RSI was at its worst."
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For a postal subscription from $15, click here.In the latest edition of 'In Hand' you'll find articles like:
- Shoulder pain: which treatments work?
- How doctors write your medical records can influence your treatment
- RSI and kids- the latest research on how technology use is impacting the next generation in Australia
- Pain and your social life: the research and what you can do to stay social
- Making mousing easier with a few quick tweaks
New Helping Hand Sheet: So You've Just Got RSI!
What can you do when you've only just got RSI? Can you stop it in it's tracks? We think you've got a good chance, so we've put together a new Helping Hand sheet with lots of practical ideas and useful links.You can find all of our other Helping Hand Information Sheets here. br>
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- Our quarterly newsletter with lots of great tips to help you manage work, home and treatments,
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