Reflexology

“I’ll type until my fingers fall off!”  It’s a joke among those who write code, or work in front of computers for a living.  But with increasing awareness of repetitive strain injury out there in our community, the joke frankly … Continue reading

RSI Warrior

Cheryl Poirier, a.k.a. “Miss Download”: Today I’m going to show you how NOT to get a repetitive strain injury because you’re sitting at your computer for so long.  I’ve found a program, it is called RSI Warrior, and it is … Continue reading

Armaid

Terry Michael Cross, HHP/LMT: As a sports injury therapist for more than 25 years, I know how to relieve pain for my clients. But how do you take care of your own arm pain, without seeing a therapist? Well, you’ve … Continue reading

Cold laser therapy

Treatment for a common, work-related hand and wrist ailment just got a little bit easier. Carpal tunnel syndrome is an extremely painful problem, and the traditional remedy is no picnic either. Now, doctors don’t need a surgery suite; a small … Continue reading

The Pen Tablet

Chris Sorrells, OTR/CHT/CEAS: People come in for all types of computer-related injuries. Some examples are carpal tunnel syndrome, where you have pain, numbness or tingling in the hand; forearm or elbow tendonitis, creating pain in the elbow or forearm; and … Continue reading

How to Treat RSI?

Repetitive strain injury is an umbrella term for a number of injuries associated with the overuse of muscles, tendons, and nerves. We’re going to show you what to do if you believe you’re suffering from an RSI. Please bear in … Continue reading

Sleepmatterzzz Cervical Pillow

Dr. Kevin MacDougall: I wanted to demonstrate and explain the Sleepmatterzzz Cervical Pillow. This is one of the most commonly recommended items for health that I’ve worked with as a chiropractor, mostly because we see a lot of patients with … Continue reading

Yoga

Theresa Murphy: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a common injury, a situation that lots of people find themselves in; lots of keyboard work and lots of hand work can make the wrists, forearms and hand muscles really tight and constricted, and … Continue reading