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More needs to be done for RSI

23rd February 2009

The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has said that employers and the government must take more action to prevent workers developing RSI.

RSI - repetitive strain injury - affects the musculoskeletal system in the upper body. The number of cases of RSI has stayed nearly the same in the UK since 2003. Pauline Cole, an occupational health expert at the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, said: "There has been little improvement despite the increasing focus on workplace health."


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Article Information

Title: More needs to be done for RSI
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 10309
Date Added: 23rd Feb 2009


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