Lésions attribuables au travail répétitif

18 Février

International RSI Awareness Day

Every year some 2.3 million Canadian adults are affected by some form of Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSIs) or Musculoskeletal Injuries (MSIs), severely limiting their ability to work and affecting their lives.

18 Février

Journée internationale de sensibilisation aux lésions attribuables au travail répétitif

Chaque année, 2,3 millions d’adultes au Canada souffrent de lésions attribuables au travail répétitif ou de troubles musculo-squelettiques qui limitent grandement leur capacité de travailler et leurs activités quotidiennes.

29 Janvier

Repetitive Strain Injuries

Also called cumulative trauma disorders (CTD), repetitive trauma, repetitive injury, RSIs refer to a range of disabling injuries of the soft tissues, usually of the hands, wrists, forearms, shoulders, back and legs. The different terms indicate that such injuries involve repetition, and that they can also be caused by force, rapid movement, excessive strain, uncomfortable positioning of limbs or being in a constrained position over long periods.

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