Repetitive Strain InjuryRepetitive strain injury (RSI) is a general term used to describe the pain felt in muscles, nerves and tendons caused by repetitive movement and overuse.

RSI is most often caused by repetitive activities (e.g. typing at a computer), doing a high-intensity activity for a long time without rest, or activities that require you to work in an awkward position.

Symptoms may vary but but often include: pain, aching or tenderness, stiffness, throbbing, tingling, numbness, weakness and cramp.

If you are suffering from RSI and believe that your working environment could be responsible, our expert team will take an in-depth look at your case and check whether you might be entitled to compensation.

Call us on 0800 320 2121 for a friendly, informed and FREE assessment now.