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Quilter and Pascarelli also delineate the causes of RSI that are often unconsidered, including being obese, typing while cradling the phone with your shoulder, and having long fingernails. They don't discuss many of the different surgeries used for RSI but instead choose to discuss the various kinds of physical and occupational therapy treatments; acupuncture; stretching; vitamins and nutrition; relaxation techniques, deep tissue massage, and guided visualization. There's also an extensive list of helpful tricks for adapting to living with RSI, from making changes in the kitchen to re-learning how to drive.
This is also the RSI book if youre looking for information on the psychological ramifications of RSI and how to handle both time off from work and the return to the office.
extremely helpful!! you must buy ASAP if you have an RSI!!!!! regular doctors misdiagnose rsi's causing extra months/years of pain!!Published 7 months ago by Michael B
This gives you a pretty easy-to-understand explanation of common RSI issues and what you can do about them. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Casey
A great starting point for information if you are experiencing symptoms of RSI. The book informs you when you need to see a doctor and how to rate the doctor's knowledge.Published 13 months ago by mnicolls
It helped me cope with my carpal tunnel syndrome, I am still dealing with it but there is hope with some Physical Therapy.Published 23 months ago by A. S.
I read this book many years ago, just after starting a demanding computer programming job. I told a man I worked with that my hand was starting to hurt. Read morePublished on November 7, 2013 by SteveZ
A fabulous book and I found the information very helpful. The only complaint I have is that I found this book more disheartening, if not alarming, than some of the other top books... Read morePublished on January 29, 2010 by Amazon Customer
This book is easy to read, has good illustrations, symptom descriptions, and suggestions for diagnosis, treatment and prevention.Published on January 9, 2007 by S. Thompson
This book is the single most useful collection of practical RSI information I've found. Highly recommended for anyone trying to figure out how to stop hurting themselves when... Read morePublished on August 7, 2002 by Paul Dale
A must - have book for anyone who spends more than 4 hours a day at a keyboard or for someone who is experiencing pain while sitting in front of a keyboard. Read morePublished on February 14, 2001 by Fred Crumley