Overuse syndrome and the overuse concept
|Collections||ANU National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health (NCEPH)|
|Title:||Overuse syndrome and the overuse concept|
|Author(s):||Fry, Hunter J H|
upper limb disorders
|Publisher:||Canberra, ACT : National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health (NCEPH), The Australian National University|
|Series/Report no.:||Discussion Papers on the Pathology of Work-Related Neck and Upper Limb Disorders and the Implications for Diagnosis and Treatment: Working paper: no. 32|
This is the third in a series of working papers designed to promote discussion about the pathological basis of work-related neck and upper limb disorders. The ultimate aim of the papers is to allow some resolution about pathology to be achieved, so that diagnoses can be more accurate and treatments more useful. The first two papers in this series "The neurogenic hypothesis of RSI" by John Quintner and Bob Elvey (I) and "The relevance of concepts of hyperalgesia to "RSI" by Milton Cohen, Jesus Arroyo and David Champion (2) concentrated on the nervous system. This paper "Overuse syndrome and the overuse concept" by Hunter Fry examines pathology in muscles. There are 12 commentaries which add supporting information and/or probe potential weaknesses and these are then responded to by Hunter Fry.
|Fry Overuse syndrome 1993.pdf||1.88 MB||Adobe PDF|
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