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How is repetitive strain injury diagnosed?

Early assessment by a specialist is essential. The earlier the correct diagnosis is made, the faster it can be treated. Your treatment needs to be tailored to your individual symptoms and to your working activities and patterns. Finally, someone who specialises in treating RSI conditions will help cure this problem as quickly as possible so that you can return to full activity and wellness.

Our specialist team includes a specialist upper limb and hand surgeon, physiotherapists, hand therapists and osteopaths as well as specialists in pain medicine. We work closely with occupational health doctors, in-house health and safety managers and individuals to prevent, diagnose and treat the causes and symptoms of RSI.

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January 2013

Professor Kochhar is proud to be included as the only shoulder surgeon in the 2013 Tatler Doctor's Guide

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December 2012

Running Fitness Magazine article on Building upper body strength

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November 2012

Muscle and Fitness magazine: Tony Kochhar's article on How to avoid shoulder injuries in the gym

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September 2012

Read all about baby wrist and RSI in pregnancy

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June 2012

Ella Magazine's article on back pain and injuires

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March 2012

Tony Kochhar's latest article in the Evening Standard on iPad shoulder and other RSI's

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