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The repetitive nature of finger and thumb movements on keyboards, joysticks and hand held controllers can affect your hand health, leading to fatigue, pain and even inflammation of tissues. Repetitive strain injuries (RSI) and cumulative trauma can be the end result if not picked up early. Unfortunately this means the pain continues after the consoles have been put away. In turn this can impact other activities and disrupt sleep. But, on a positive note, it is rare for children to present with RSI. In general, good habits and moderation will certainly ensure your son doesn’t have more serious problems once he hits his teens.

Learn more about managing injuries at Helping Hands – Hand, Wrist & Arm Clinic