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November 26, 2015


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The most Common Hand, Wrist & Arm Injuries for Court Reporters.

November 26, 2015

Due to the nature of the court reporting role, the average court reporter is constantly at risk of developing many RSI’s or Repetitive Stress injuries. Most times the court reporter’s injuries are as a result of sitting in one position for extensive hours and subjecting specific parts of the body like the wrist, hands and arms to ongoing strains. Some of the most common repetitive stress injuries related to court reporters are:

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  • Carpal tunnel. The main symptoms of carpal tunnel CTS occur due to irritation to the median nerve which passes through the carpal tunnel in the wrist and controls some of the movements of the thumb, as well as sensation in the thumb and the next two and a half fingers. The main symptoms include tingling, numbness and pain which occur in the thumb, the index finger, the middle finger and half of the ring finger.
  • Cubital tunnel. This is a condition that affects the ulnar nerve where it crosses the inside edge of the elbow. The symptoms are very similar to the pain that comes from hitting your funny bone. Cubital tunnel arises through repetitive daily activities, such as regularly using a computer keyboard and mouse. Symptoms include pain that gets worse when you move the affected area, stiffness in the affected area, which may be worse in the morning, weakness in the affected area or being unable to move a joint, a sensation that the tendon is grating or crackling as it moves and many other symptoms.
  • Epicondylitis involves a painful inflammation of tendons surrounding an epicondyle; which normally starts in the elbow area and thus affecting as well, the hand, wrist, and arm and fingers mobility.
  • Tenosynovitis involves inflammation of tendons on the side of the wrist at the base of the thumb. These tendons include the extensor pollicis brevis and the abductor pollicis longus tendons, which extend the joints of the thumb. This is a critical condition for the court reporter.

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November 24, 2015

Ellie Corbett Hannum Explains Why She Loves Court Reporting

July 22, 2015

What She Said To Us In This Interview:

I think I've actually been a court reporter for about 35 years site I graduated high school at that time college graduates were not finding jobs so in addition to the fact that couldn't afford to go to college I was looking for something that I was going to sure-fire thing laxative ernie yet and income and so I start looking around I worked for two years as secretary I just looked into various fields and by lock I ended up having lunch with a court reporter who was a friend of my boyfriend I never even knew what a court reporter was got talking to him talked about how long a training was at that time was two years and I thought to myself this is manageable something I could do and the thing I love is actually the court reporting I've I always loved being at former player it for me is just a beautiful thing your always learn something new call reporting seriously is one of the best jobs ever I just read a book about Steve Jobs and he says find something you love just do it and that is the truth oMG I we all need money like money II of people say oh well you know I want forties looks like make my I love the court reporting part and quite honestly when you do something love making money it's just sort by price me just happens and its on it's a great job it's so interesting
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