Repetitive Strain Injury and Fist Assist
A repetitive strain injury (RSI), sometimes referred to as repetitive stress injury, is a gradual buildup of damage to muscles, tendons, and nerves from repetitive motions. RSIs are common and may be caused by many different types of activities, including:
- using a computer mouse
- typing, swiping items at a supermarket checkout
- grasping tools
- working on an assembly line
- training for sports
Repetitive strain injury comes by many names, which include:
- De Quervain’s tendinosis (tenosynovitis), which affects your wrist and thumb.
- Golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis).
- Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis).
- Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)
The Fist Assist Model FA-1 helps overcome the pain and injury with massage and increases circulation to help heal your sore muscles so that you can continue pain-free. The medical device can be worn after your activity to help prevent the pain and discomfort you may usually experience.
Enjoy the Breakthrough Wearable for Arm Health!
Intermittent muscle compression.
Uses 2 AA Batteries
Now for sale in U.S.
FDA 510(k) cleared.