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It's Not Carpal Tunnel Syndrome!: RSI Theory and Therapy for Computer Professionals Paperback – April 1, 2001
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When someone recommended me about this book I was sceptical because I thought "oh, I have an inflammation, what does RSI have to do with it?". I was so desperate that I bought it anyway. This is honestly the best book I've ever read - it has ALL the information there is to know about your hand pain - basic anatomy, ergonomics, posture, recommended therapies and self-help exercises you could do at home. It was written in 2000, but I believe it is still relevant and in addition, the book refers to online sources about new information available about RSI. Beyond everything - this book just gave me a high motivation to treat myself full-time and to not accept the hand-pain situation as given.
I could not recommend it more. Do yourself a favour and order one now.
I have purchased numerous copies for friends (so they didn't have an excuse not to read it). I worked with my employer to get a set for team mates too (so they wouldn't wind up like me) who've reported it helpful though none were so dire as I had been. I even gifted a copy to my dentist's staff some of whom deal with RSI from handling small dental instruments with a firm grip for control over many hours. I cringe at the thought of using my hands that way. I think the sub-title does this book a disservice because I suspect the content is helpful well beyond computer users. If you have RSI pain and use your hands for precision, repetitive motion, do yourself a favor and read/practice this book.