On this website, you’ll find lots of information on how to treat and manage Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) and/or Occupational Overuse Syndrome (OOS), real life stories from people with RSI and advice on how to use your computer safely.
The best way to get up to date information on RSI and OOS is to sign up for quarterly newsletters here, no costs for email delivery of newsletters!
And don’t forget to take a look at our Helping Hand info sheets for advice on how to keep doing the things that you’ve always done like driving, cycling, gardening, reading and more!

What is RSI & OOS?

Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) and Occupational Overuse Syndrome (OOS) are umbrella terms that include many localised injuries such as trigger finger, golfer’s and tennis elbow and carpal tunnel and also more diffuse pain syndromes (those spread over the body) which may be diagnosed as cervicobrachial pain syndrome or chronic pain syndrome. On this website we use the terms RSI and OOS interchangeably.

For more indepth information click here. 


Coming Soon in our Autumn Newsletter

Interview with Dr John Quinter 

Mindfulness Training 

Member Story by Carolyn with some fantastic tips for our member

– “Boomer Foot Mouse”

– Mental Health support via books

“The Painful Truth: The new science of why we hurt and how we can heal” by Monty Lyman

“The Way Out” by Alan Gordon


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Check out our YouTube for videos on RSI/OOS exercises and helpful trips and tricks.

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