A musculoskeletal disorder is a condition where a part of musculoskeletal system is injured over time.
Symptoms: Pain in the fingers, wrists, or other parts of the body: may include a dull aching pain, a sharp stabbing pain, or even a burning sensation. Tingling or numbness, particularly in the hands or fingers. Swelling, inflammation, or joint stiffness. Loss of muscle function or weakness. A popular measure of MSDs is the Nordic Questionnaire that has a picture of the body with various areas labeled and asks the individual to indicate in which areas they have experienced pain, and in which areas has the pain interfered with normal activity
Epidemology: The results showed that 94% of the female and 71% of the male workers suffered from MSD.