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Conquering Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Other Repetitive Strain Injuries: A Self-Care Programby Sharon J Butler
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The leading occupational injury of the 90's will soon become a thing of the past. This is the most complete program ever developed for the relief of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or other repetitive strain injury of the upper body. You will learn everything you need for true self-care: learn how soft-tissues function and why they develop repetitive strain injuries; discover how gentle stretching can help restore full function and comfort to your hands, arms, neck and shoulders; choose the most appropriate exercises to relieve your symptoms by reviewing the Symptoms Charts included in this program; and create an effective injury prevention program based on your occupation.
Guided by symptom charts, you select the best exercises for restoring the range of motion to overworked hands, arm shoulders, fingers, wrists.
This book offers a complete self-care program for those at risk and those already suffering from one of the most common and most debilitating occupational injuries. Guided by symptom charts, you select the best exercises for the movement patterns required by your work and learn how to restore the range of motion to overworked hands and arms.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 156) and index.
About the Author
Sharon J. Butler has been studying the function and structural integrity of the human body for the past ten years. Having spent her career specializing in the correction of soft-tissue injuries, she created this program after developing carpal tunnel syndrome herself in 1991. Not only did she completely eliminate her own symptoms of repetitive strain injuries but she also has helped hundreds of others achieve the same relief, non-invasively, permanently and inexpensively.
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