"I doubt if anybody would argue that performing the same
physical task many times over a long timespan would cause aches and
pains. In some cases this aching can become more serious and take
on characteristics much closer to injury than aching. Repetitive
Strain Injury has long been disputed within the medical profession,
not because doctors doubt it exists but because it has been
difficult to make clear diagnosis and symptoms are often 'vaguely
defined.' In fact some doctors have argued about the name because
it is more often caused by persistent muscle tension that
repetitive movement. Despite this RSI and the associated pain is
very real to the thousands of people who suffer from it..."
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