The Plague of the Computer Era

December 18, 2010

Whether it’s called carpal tunnel syndrome, repetitive stress injury, or cumulative trauma disorder, wrist, hand, elbow, shoulder, neck and back injuries continue to be an almost unavoidable plague for workers using computers in manufacturing, service and office settings. Ideally we should all try to limit the number of hours we spend plugging away at the keyboard, but unfortunately for most of us that is not an option.

However there are a number of small steps that everyone can take to help to protect your body and prolong your working life. With just a few simple adjustments you can prevent taking unnecessary medications or even surgeries.

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