Typing Injuries FAQ

The Typing Injury FAQ (frequently asked questions) is an educational site containing a wide variety of information about repetitive strain injuries (RSIs), resources for dealing with these ailments, and a broad description of assistive products to reduce injury risk and symptoms.

A wide variety of articles are being collected for the Typing Injury FAQ and The RSI Network newsletter. These articles will be on permanent display here and may be updated periodically by their authors - if they so desire.

Do you suffer from chronic low back pain? Do your knees hurt when you go up the stairs, and your hands hurt when you try to open a jar? Have you been diagnosed as having carpal tunnel syndrome? These conditions can all be the end result of muscle spasms! While it seems incredible that a simple thing like a spasm can cause so much trouble, it?s easy to understand when you take a close look at the body.

Learning To Type

It may seem odd that we have published a typing course on this site, given that typing is the root cause of typing injuries. However, we feel strongly that, if you need to type, you should learn to do so in the safest way possible. Check out learning to type and learn to type safely.