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A tale of whoa.Views: 763
Aug 10, 2002 12:20 am re: A tale of whoa.

Adrian Scott

yes, i like doing contrast baths (hands in water), the wax dip.

i try to walk 1-2 hours per day on average, which is great.

stretches on a roller are also really great.

and put 2 tennis balls in a sock and put those around your spine
and lie down it -- or use it while driving on your seat against your back.
that feels great.

main challenge is just to really slow down...

-a


> Carmen Leilani De Jesus wrote:
> My RSIs affect both hands, wrists, elbows, shoulders up to my neck, upper back and lower back.
>
>Sucks.
>
>Since April I've been in therapy which includes Phys. Therapy exercises, Occupational Therapy
>(hand exercises, that wax dip thing, etc.), biofeedback, acupuncture and myofascial release.
>
>I walk too, almost every day in the Berkeley Hills. It helps a lot.
>
>Split keyboard and opti mouse, I have a trackball at work but it kind of sucks.
>They bought me ViaVoice for voice rec., but it's only good for writing emails or proposals and def. not great about giving commands across applications. I'm getting Dragon Nat. Speaking for my machine at home.
>
>I work 4 hrs/day which is better than not being able to work at all.
>
>If you're reading this, sit up straight.

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