The New York Post recently asked SPEAR’s Certified Hand Specialist and Physical Therapist, Phaeleau Cunneen, to weigh in on a new ailment they’re dubbing, “Barista Elbow.”
According to the article, the injuries suffered by “java slingers” are the result of repetitive use (lifting gallons of milk and grinding coffee on a daily basis), similar to golfers elbow and tennis elbow.
“Treatment for RSI ranges from physical therapy to cortisone shots to surgery, Cunneen says. There are also preventive measures, including exercise to build muscle and better posture.”
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