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We’re here to help you with your RSI! We’re a non-profit charity organisation based in the ACT… (more)

It's International RSI Awareness Day!

Saturday the 28th of February is International RSI Awareness Day, and to celebrate, we're offering you the opportunity to join or resubscribe at the concession price of just $15! Just click here to join or here to resubscribe and select the 'low income' option. Offer valid until Sunday the 8th of March.

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:
  • tingling,
  • weakness in the arms or shoulders,
  • clumsiness,
  • painful sore arms, neck or shoulders,
  • difficulty doing everyday tasks,
  • cold hands.
Take action now — if RSI is ignored it can lead to a chronic pain condition! This website has lots of information and tools that can help you understand and respond to RSI.

In our next newsletter

  • Weird but wonderful pens to help you write
  • Therapies to think twice about - Part Two
  • Studying with RSI
Summer 2014-15 Newsletter

JOIN NOW to receive our quarterly newsletter 'In Hand' — subscribe here from just $15. As well, you'll get:

  • Info on helpful doctors, lawyers and therapists around Australia,
  • Email updates on resources for RSI, medical research and recommended links,
  • Access to our telephone information service on all aspects of RSI/OOS.
OR for just $29.50, get membership plus our 130 page book 'RSI: A Self-Help Guide' with lots of members' stories, practical ideas for daily life and medical research on overuse injuries.

News and Events

Medicines for Pain

With guest speaker Ben Gilbert from the University of Canberra.
This event is hosted by the Chronic Conditions Seminar Series.

When: 7pm, Thursday 19th February
Where: SHOUT, Collett Place, Pearce
Cost: Free, all welcome

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