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There's a Better Way to Manage & Prevent Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSIs)

If you are one of the tens of thousands of U.S. workers who suffer from, or are looking to prevent an RSI from developing, we'd like introduce you to RSIGuard, and invite you to to take the RSIGuard 45 Day Challenge. 

By completing the form, you will be granted a 45 day FREE trial to our rsi-gaurd-demo.pngindustry-leading ergonomic software -- No credit card required!

Once downloaded, you can access RSIGuard's desktop ergonomics solution to evaluate your own computer use to get individualized recommendations that will help you alter patterns of behavior to reduce strain and help prevent against RSIs.

Key Features of the RSIGuard Software include:

  • BreakTimer: intelligent and activity-based break reminders that promote stretching, movement and relaxation.

  • Hot Keys: used to create shortcuts for frequently-performed actions, dramatically reducing keyboard & mouse strain and the risk for developing an RSI

  • ForgetMeNots: reminders and microbreaks to address static and awkward postures and increase awareness. 
Understanding Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)

Every day, thousands of workers suffer from crippling pains caused by a repetitive strain injury, or an RSI.The most common types of RSIs include carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis (tennis elbow), and De Quervain's disease, which is a painful inflammation in the thumb that extends to the wrist.

Typically caused by the overuse of muscles and tendons in the upper back, Repetitive Strain Injuries commonly affect the hands, wrists, forearms, elbows, shoulders, necks and back area. 

In addition to causing a great deal of pain to those who suffer from an RSI, these musculoskeletal disorders also have a big impact on our employers and the U.S. economy.

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), repetitive strain injuries are the nation's most common and costly occupational health problem, affecting hundreds of thousands of American workers, and costing more than $20 billion a year in workers compensation.