Repetitive Motion Disorders Directory
Repetitive motion disorders or injuries are very common -- over half of fitness injuries are caused by repetitive motion. These usually occur in the hands, arms, legs, hips and back. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about repetitive motion injuries, symptoms, causes, treatments, prevention, and much more.
Repetitive Motion Syndrome-Topic Overview
Repetitive motion syndrome is a term used to describe symptoms such as pain,swelling,or tenderness that occur from repeating the same motion over and over. Experts disagree about using the term as a specific medical diagnosis. Repeated use of the same motion may cause tissues to swell and become fatigued. Both work and recreational activities can cause repetitive motion syndrome. When the ...
Repetitive Motion Injuries Basics
WebMD explains various types of repetitive motion injuries, like tendinitis and bursitis.
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