Repetitive strain injuries (RSIs)
Repetitive strain injuries (RSIs) are a common problem in the world of work and sports, and they can be caused by many different factors. The most common causes of RSI include overuse, biomechanical issues, and poor conditioning.
Sports massage is an effective treatment for repetitive strain injury and can help to reduce pain and inflammation as well as increasing range of motion.
Dry Needling has been found to be effective in treating RSI because it helps to stimulate blood flow to the area which promotes healing.
Ultrasound therapy is also used to treat repetitive strain injuries by helping reduce swelling and increase blood flow.
Cupping involves placing small cups on the skin over certain muscles or joints which creates suction inside the cup which can help relieve pain and inflammation.
IASTM involves using tools such as foam rollers or metal balls to massage muscles and joints which helps relieve tension from those areas.
Joint mobilisations involve moving joints through their full range of motion which helps keep them healthy by keeping them lubricated with synovial fluid, providing nutrients for cartilage health, reducing scar tissue build-up; improving
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