Repetitive Strain Injury Pain
A repetitive strain injury is a potentially debilitating condition resulting from the overuse of the hands by performing repetitive movements. Tasks involved may include typing, writing, continual motion while using tools or playing an instrument. Pain, weakness, and numbness in the arms and hands are broad symptoms. There are several specific conditions that fall under this category. If you are feeling symptoms relating to a repetitive strain injury, your actual condition could be carpal tunnel syndrome or cubital tunnel syndrome, or radial sensory nerve entrapment syndrome.