Treatments & Conditions | Hand Microsurgery in Erie, PA

Repetitive Motion Injuries

The medical staff of Hand Microsurgery are experienced in working with people who suffer from repetitive motion injuries and conditions. Repetitive motion injuries develop because of miniscule tears in muscle tissue which are caused by a repeating, constant motion.

When these tears happen faster than your body can heal them, it causes an inflammation of the tissue and results in pain or discomfort. Tendinitis, bursitis, and carpal tunnel syndrome are among the most common repetitive motion injuries in the United States.

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