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It's not carpal tunnel syndrome! : RSI theory and therapy for computer professionals

Author: Suparna Damany; Jack Bellis
Publisher: Philadelphia : Simax, ©2000.
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"One day you're pounding away on the keyboard and you notice that your arms hurt... or perhaps you feel pins-and-needles, numbness, or cold fingers. Maybe you've found yourself massaging your hands after a few hours of keyboard work or you've switched hands for some tasks. Even if you recognize these telltale signs of repetitive strain injury, how do you judge whether your situation is serious or situational...  Read more...
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Damany, Suparna.
It's not carpal tunnel syndrome!
Philadelphia : Simax, c2000
(OCoLC)606796409
Online version:
Damany, Suparna.
It's not carpal tunnel syndrome!
Philadelphia : Simax, c2000
(OCoLC)608103702
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Suparna Damany; Jack Bellis
ISBN: 0965510999 9780965510998
OCLC Number: 44390085
Description: xii, 231, [2] p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Responsibility: Suparna Damany and Jack Bellis.

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"One day you're pounding away on the keyboard and you notice that your arms hurt... or perhaps you feel pins-and-needles, numbness, or cold fingers. Maybe you've found yourself massaging your hands after a few hours of keyboard work or you've switched hands for some tasks. Even if you recognize these telltale signs of repetitive strain injury, how do you judge whether your situation is serious or situational... career threatening or simply annoying? And what should you do about it... whom should you believe? These questions and more are answered by a computer veteran who had surgery for RSI--surgery that ultimately did not solve his problem--and a physical therapist who solved his problem and has uncovered many of the answers to the difficult RSI puzzle. Book jacket."--BOOK JACKET.

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