What is RSI?
(Adapted from Repetitive Strain Injury by Dr. Emil Pascarelli and Deborah Quilter)
In simple medical terms, repetitive strain injury (RSI) is defined as a cumulative trauma disorder (CTD) stemming from prolonged repetitive, forceful, or awkward hand movements.
The result is damage to muscles, tendons, and nerves of the neck, shoulder, forearm, and hand, which can cause pain, weakness, numbness, or impairment of motor control.
So do you think there more could be done by manufactures to develop hand tool. (squeegee handles, pole trade and WFP etc )
That can be held in a more natural instead of prolonged repetitive, forceful, or awkward hand movements.