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Repetitive Motion Injuries

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Repetitive Motion Injuries

Reliable Treatment for Repetitive Stress Injuries

Repetitive motion injuries are among the most common injuries in the United States, making up a large portion of athletic and work-related injuries. This condition develops from microscopic tears in the body’s tissues or strains to the body’s muscles, nerves, ligaments or tendons that occur from performing daily activities and motions.

The most common types of repetitive motion injuries include tendinitis, bursitis and carpal tunnel syndrome.



Reduce your risk.

Often, causes of repetitive motion injuries include:



Pinpoint your pain.

Repetitive motion injury symptoms coincide with the specific injury incurred. The most frequently reported symptoms include:

  • Red skin that’s warm to touch
  • Pain reproduced when moving or flexing the affected area
  • Pain when resting the affected area
  • Tenderness
  • Decreased range of motion
  • Swelling
  • Joint stiffness
  • Tingling in the affected area


Get the answers you need.

The physicians at Kayal Orthopaedic Center diagnose repetitive motion injuries through physical examinations and imaging tests, such as MRIs, X-rays and CT scans.



Life’s too short to put up with pain.

Treatment for repetitive motion injuries is focused on helping the patient return to their daily lifestyle with the highest level of function and independence as possible.Non-invasive treatment includes:

  • Elevation and icing of the affected area
  • Heat or cold applications
  • Use of braces or splints to immobilize the affected area
  • Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
  • Exercise programs to stretch and strengthen the area
  • Conditioning exercises to prevent further injury
  • Physical therapy

For more severe cases, the physicians at Kayal Orthopaedic Center may recommend steroid injections or minimally invasive surgery to repair or remove inflamed tissue.

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