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02nd of june 2018 Repetitive Strain Injury (R.S.I.) and its treatment with acupuncture Acupuncture in the treatment of Repetitive Strain Injury Date: 02nd of june 2018Teacher: Sun Peilin, doctor in Chinese Medicine (Nanjing University, Peoples Republic) and now living and working in Belgium Place: Postillion Hotel, Kosterijland 8 , Bunnik, Netherlands +31 (0)30 21 505 15 Time: 10.00 o'clock till 17.00 o 'clock with lunchbreak one hour & 2 x 30 minutes as morning and afternoon breaks Kosten: € 190,- per day luncheon, coffee en tea breaksBanc account: NL36 RABO 0305 0788 60 on the name of SWERF (BIC-nummer of this RABO Banc: RABONL2U)Target group: All acupuncture-medical doctors and therapistsAccreditation:WAVAN-accreditation: 6 points Dutch medical doctors Acupuncture organisation : 6 punten acupunctuur. Dutch Society of Acupuncture applied for accreditation Language: English Subscription: info@swerf.nl or the application form down this info.RepeatedInjury Syndrome (RIS) is also known as repetitive strain injury (RSI). A 

repetitive strain injury (RSI) is an injury to the musculoskeletal andnervous system that may be caused by repetitive tasks, forceful exertions, vibrations, mechanical compression, or sustained and continued awkward positions. Repeated injury syndrome (RIS) usually has no discrete objective pathophysiology that corresponds with the pain complaints.In fact; repetitive strain injury is an "umbrella" term used to refer to several discrete conditions that can beassociated with repetitive tasks and forceful exertions. Eaxamples of conditions that may sometimes be attributed to such causes include:Carpal tunnel syndrome.Cubital tunnel syndrome.Tennis elbow (Lateral epicondylitis).Golf elbow (Medial epicondylitis).Radial tunnel symdrome.De Quervain syndrome (Radial styloid tenosynovitis).Thoracic outlet syndrome.Intersection syndrome.Trigger finger.Radial tunnel syndrome.Focal dystonia.Achilles tendinitis.Impingement syndrome.Winged shoulder.This seminar wil cover the diagnosis and their acupuncture treatment.More information on this refresher course after clicking here