Repetitive Stress Injuries

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How can Cor-X pain cream help with repetitive stress injuries

Our specially formulated unique blend of 17 homeopathic remedies work synergistically to help reduce the pain and inflammation associated with repetitive stress injuries. It works by stimulating the body’s own natural healing tendencies, not by simply masking the pain. Its effect is cumulative and improves with continued application and can be subtle because the pain is not suppressed as with other products but is relieved by the body’s own naturally occurring endorphins that are released during the healing process that our cream stimulates. The outcome then will be long lasting as the body’s own healing mechanisms have been activated.
Repetitive stress injuries include a large group of conditions that primarily affect the soft tissues, including the nerves, tendons, ligaments, and muscles. Repetitive stress injuries are caused by repeated motions performed in the course of normal work or daily activities. Repetitive stress injuries are also called cumulative trauma disorders, repetitive motion disorders, and overuse syndromes.
Repetitive stress injuries can include:


Repetitive stress injuries are caused by:
  • too many uninterrupted repetitions of an activity or motion
  • unnatural or awkward motions such as twisting the arm or wrist
  • overexertion
  • incorrect posture
  • muscle fatigue

Common Sites of Injury

Repetitive stress injuries occur most commonly in the:
  • hands
  • fingers
  • thumbs
  • wrists
  • elbows
  • shoulders
Repetitive stress injuries can also affect the:
  • neck
  • back
  • hips
  • knees
  • feet
  • legs
  • ankles
Signs and Symptoms
Repetitive stress injuries are often characterized by:
  • pain
  • tingling
  • numbness
  • visible swelling or redness of the affected area
  • loss of flexibility and strength of the affected area
Some people may have no visible sign of injury, although they may find it hard to perform usual tasks. But, over time, repetitive stress injuries can cause temporary or permanent damage to the soft tissues in the body, such as the:
  • muscles
  • nerves
  • tendons
  • ligaments
Repetitive stress injuries can also cause compression of nerves or tissue.

Who Is Affected

Typically, repetitive stress injuries affect people who perform repetitive tasks, such as:
  • assembly line work
  • meatpacking
  • sewing
  • playing musical instruments
  • computer work
  • carpentry
  • gardening
  • tennis