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A Layperson's Guide to Repetitive Strain Injury

Repetitive strain injury, or RSI, is an umbrella term for pain and injury in the hands, arms, wrists, elbows or shoulders associated with typing or other repetitive work. The term occupational overuse syndrome, or OOS, is becoming more prevalent today.

Other terms for occupational overuse syndrome include tenosynovitis and carpal tunnel syndrome.

RSI may have many causes. You can triumph over these when you:

  • realise that you don't have to translate your conscientious attitude to your work into an unnecessarily aggressive or powerful physical interaction with the equipment.

  • relax your arms, hands and shoulders sufficiently.

  • become naturally mobile and flexible.

  • learn the pleasant inner physical feelings that are associated with strain free typing.

  • understand the true requirements of the keyboard and harmonize with the equipment rather than work against it.

  • realise that gravity is a vital factor in all physical activity and how you can take advantage of this.

  • understand that the keyboard can do part of the repetitive work for you and release you from having to do it.

  • optimise posture.

Typing Without Repetitive Strain addresses each one of these possible deficits by teaching you to overcome them step by logical step. Rob's students have thoroughly enjoyed the process, and have often become ecstatic when the solution to their problem was understood - usually in a flash of insight.

Please note: Typing Without Repetitive Strain is not a diagnostic tool. Diagnosis is the work of physicians. In this book, the many forms of OSS caused by physical strain through using computers are included under the umbrella term "repetitive strain".

Typing Without Repetitive Strain does not purport to cure RSI, OSS or any other injury or disease. However if the causes of strain are removed, the body may then be free to proceed to heal itself naturally. While this appears to have happened in many cases, the author is not a physician, and makes no claim whatever to be a healer. If improvement to an injury occurs, it is due to the healing ability of the now unburdened body.

My e-book is not intended to assist those who are severely injured. Ask your physician whether the book is appropriate for you. Obviously, the less severe the injury, the easier it may be to overcome.

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