Rationele diagnostiek & therapie bij aspecifieke klachten van de bovenste extremiteit (RSI)
SourceJaarboek Fysiotherapie / Kinesitherapie, 2003, (2003), pp. 164-178
Article / Letter to editor
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Jaarboek Fysiotherapie / Kinesitherapie
SubjectAction, intention, and motor control
In this article diagnostic procedures are described for the medical diagnosis of patients with aspecific forms of Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI). Starting point from which the typical symptoms and development of the complaints are described, is the neuromotor noise theory as developed by Van Galen and colleagues. Also, risk factors for the origin of RSI and their consequences for designing an effective therapy are discussed. Finally, therapeutic interventions are proposed for the treatment of patients with serious and chronic RSI complaints.
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