This is a follow on article from Part 1 which dealt with managing Initial RSI Symptoms.
The following is relevant if you have been experiencing RSI symptoms for a few months and they are now persistent in nature.
The rate of success in dealing with RSI symptoms is proportional to the speed that a sufferer can diagnose the causes of those symptoms, and their understanding of the corrective actions required to avoid further injury.
The onset time for RSI injuries can be fairly rapid (in my own case I went from having initial symptoms to intermediate symptoms within 3 to 4 months. It is therefore vital that sufferers glean RSI knowledge as fast as possible, try to understand the causes of their symptoms, and make the necessary adjustments to their working practices.
So the scenario for this article is of a worker who has had RSI symptoms for a few months, and is experiencing any of the following –