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Author Deborah Quilter brings you the best news and information about preventing and coping with repetitive strain injury (RSI) and technology-related problems. These episodes are not intended as medical advice; please consult your personal physician. Ask Deborah a question by clicking the envelope icon above. Only general questions will be addressed on the air; if you want personal advice, you can always book a consultation. For more, visit RSIHelp.com, BeyondErgonomics.com or DQmoves.com.
 
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Most people hate their chairs – with good reason. Standard office seating can lead to everything from back pain to neck, shoulder and arm injuries. But there is something you can do about this. We will speak with Turner Osler MD, a trauma surgeon from Burlington, Vermont, who will discuss the inherent problems of sitting, how we can counteract this…
 
According to a report by the National Toxicology Program , exposure to cell phone radio frequency radiation can be harmful. Dr. Erik Peper, professor at the Institute for holistic health studies at San Francisco State University explains why it's not a good idea to put your phone in your pocket or your bra – or even keep it close to your ear.…
 
What you should know about pharmaceutical drugs that can damage soft tissue. Hand Surgeon Robert Markison, MD, explain how commonly-prescribed medications can damage tendons. Some of this damage can't be undone. Don't miss this important episode of RSIHelp radio!Deborah Quilter による
 
Your wrist may be aching, but don't assume that the cause is carpal tunnel syndrome. And don't assume that your doctor will necessarily diagnose you properly. San Francisco Bay area hand surgeon Robert Markison, M.D., a top expert in RSI, discusses several common wrist maladies including de Quervain's disease, ganglion cysts, tendinitis and ulnar t…
 
Eyestrain is one of the most common problems associated with computer use is eyestrain, which is also known as “computer vision syndrome” or “digital eyestrain.” Symptoms can include eyestrain, headaches, blurred vision, dry or burning eyes and neck and shoulder pain. These symptoms may be caused by poor lighting, glare and improper viewing distanc…
 
San Francisco hand surgeon Robert Markison, MD, gives us a rundown of the most common common ways that the nerves becomes injured, the symptoms of this injury, how they are treated -- and that all-important question: Why do nerve injuries take so long to heal?Deborah Quilter による
 
Most people never think about the body unless something goes wrong with it. This seems to be especially common with the hand – and a certain digit in the hand, the thumb. What could possibly go wrong? But ask anybody who has injured their thumb and prepare for a laundry list of all the things that it does for you: it gives you a power grip, the abi…
 
Tendinitis is one of the most common manifestations of repetitive strain injury, and anyone who has experienced it knows how debilitating it can be. They also know how quickly you can reinjure yourself and what it’s like to cope with a chronic case of tendinitis. Today we are going to speak with Lee Buckler, who is the CEO of RepliCel Life Sciences…
 
Many people approach flexibility the wrong way by forcing a greater range of motion than is comfortable. Not only is this painful, it could also lead to injuries such as ruptured discs, torn muscles and ligaments. If you feel so tight that bending forward is difficult, try this brief (and easy) lesson to loosen your spine. You'll be amazed at how q…
 
Chronic neck pain is one of the top complaints among computer users. In fact, many repetitive strain injuries stem from neck tension. Today we’re going to learn a short neck release that can be enormously useful in rotating the upper spine. This can help with common activities such as looking over your shoulder while you’re driving or just turning …
 
Maybe you’re sitting at your desk right now and you’re experiencing some pain for a while, so you have decided that it’s finally time to get that new chair or an economic keyboard or a sit/stand desk. You invite the ergonomics consultant in, spend a bundle on new products – maybe your new chair is a little more comfortable than your old one, but yo…
 
If you have problems with your hands, and you're looking for a new career, maybe you should consider voiceovers. To tell us about creating a new career as a voiceover artist, we have invited the brilliant teacher and New York City casting director Andy Roth. Andy will explain all the ins and outs of breaking into the voiceover industry to create yo…
 
Many people hear that yoga can be very healing – and it can, but when it comes to RSI you have to be extremely careful in your practice. Leslie Kaminoff, a yoga educator with over three decades' experience in the fields of yoga, breath and anatomy, talks about why the hand is vulnerable in many yoga poses. Leslie teaches in the tradition of T.K.V. …
 
Intro: Have you ever wished that there was some way that you could make yourself comfortable sitting in a chair? Have you ever wished that you could find a way to release the constant tension in your neck or eyes? How about releasing the ever-present pain in your shoulder? What if you could feel better in minutes after following a series of simple,…
 
If you are injured working for an employer, you will become part of the Worker's Compensation system and you will need to know what your rights are under this system. Jordan Ziegler of Pasternak Tilker, Ziegler, Walsh, Stanton & Romano, a law firm with over 80 years of experience treating injured workers tells you what you need to know about Worker…
 
Michael discussed the feelings that typically arise when people are first diagnosed with repetitive strain injury and how to cope with those emotions. He also talks about transforming powerlessness into progress by becoming your own advocate.Deborah Quilter による
 
San Francisco surgeon Robert Markison MD puts repetitive strain injury in a historical, anatomical and evolutionary perspective, and explains why the tools we use put us at risk for injury. These episodes are not intended as medical advice. Consult your personal physician. For more information visit RSIhelp.com…
 
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