Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) refer to conditions that include nerves, tendons, muscles, and bones that support the structure of the body. For example, carpal tunnels, tendinitis, chest outlet syndrome, neck tension syndrome, tennis elbow, back pain, etc. are all examples of musculoskeletal disorders. Frequent, repetitive behaviors and incorrect postures can all lead to MSDs. The types of symptoms vary depending on the location, such as regional musculoskeletal disorders (R-MSD), repetitive cumulative damage (CTD), and repeated administration Strain Injury (RSI). All these terms refer to different types of soft tissue disorders.
The awkward posture-incorrect posture of the neck, shoulders, wrists, elbows, back and legs, static posture-long-term sitting in the same position and repetitive work-continuous typing, moving the mouse, organizing documents or writing, affected by Force-hitting the keyboard, holding the mouse tightly, contact pressure-contacting the surface of the wrist can cause pain in the wrist joint.
Signs of symptoms
Numbness or burning in the hands
Swollen or stiff joints
Pain or discomfort in the wrist, forearm, elbow, neck, or back
Obstruction of shoulder, neck, or back behavior
Dry, itchy or sore eyes
Examples of symptoms
Tendinitis-Inflammation of the tendon
Golf elbow-pain inside the elbow
Shoulder Pain-Injury to the soft tissues of the shoulder
Thoracic outlet syndrome-neuralgia that passes through the neck to the arms or underarms
Wrist complications-weakness or pain in the hands including the pinky and ring fingers
Tennis elbow-pain on the outside of the elbow
1. Maintain the correct posture of the neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, back and legs in front of the computer
2. Regularly stretch and relax, and ensure at least a short rest every hour to prevent the occurrence of RSIs
3. Keep the mouse and keyboard on the same level
4. Avoid holding the mouse tightly and using excessive force
5. Use appropriate ergonomics methods, do not put your wrist on the edge of the table when using the mouse or typing, put it on the wrist pad or armrest
6. Sit upright. Make sure the chair can stand to support your spine.
7. Regular cardiovascular exercise
8. Always maintain a good posture