Simple solutions to prevent repetitive strain injuries (RSI) from a concert pianist. Pain-Free Typing Technique is 12-page self-help booklet which provides drug-free treatments and suggestions for repetitive motion disorder and cumulative trauma disorders (CTD). Unconventional concepts for increasing human performance are revealed, which help prevent computer-related illnesses including hand pain, wrist pain and other keyboard ergonomics. Most repetitive motion disorders and overuse injuries can be improved by correcting certain angles and positions. See also: tendinitis, computer hazards, typing pain, occupational hazards, computer-related illnesses, computer stress, keyboarding technique, mousing technique, performance technology, wrist posture.
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Typing Has Become an Occupational Hazard!
Millions of people all over the world have been developing hand and wrist pain just from doing their job! In fact, sometimes it becomes so bad they have to quit their job and claim disability. This is no fun for the individual, and it’s also quite a burden for business. With proper habits, all of this waste of time, money and unnecessary suffering can be avoided.
Prevention is Best Medicine.
Traditional treatments for carpal tunnel syndrome include (1) placing the wrist in a brace or splint. (2) anti-inflammatory drugs or injections of cortisone in the wrist. (3) surgery. There are also many alternative treatments that one can research, including special devices, physical therapy and vitamins. But wouldn’t it be better to examine what is causing the problem in the first place, to develop better habits, and ultimately, to prevent or reverse the injury in the first place? Pain-Free Typing Techinque shows you how.
Wrong Angles Cause Pain.
One of the most important things to be aware of when establishing correct habits is that the arm, wrist and hand remain in a straight line. As long as this is a constant, it doesn’t matter if the arm is positioned horizontally, up or down. This is because the fingers are controlled by muscles which are connected to tendons which go through the wrist and down along the arm.
Discover Hidden Dangers.
Pain-Free Typing Technique provides a clear and logical solution to an ever-growing problem. It’s illustrated with 13 graphic photos showing the “good and bad” of common hand positions to help prevent pain and injury. The booklet reveals hidden inadvertent dangers and how to easily avoid them.
Applicable to Mouse and Trackball.
The principles explained in the Pain-Free Typing Technique are also instantly transferable to the mouse, trackball, adding machine, cash register and any other type of activity that is inclined to induce repetitive motion injuries.
What are the Benefits of this Unique Information?
This is for pain-free typing technique, repetitive strain injuries, misuse and mis-use. Learn about overuse injuries, typing technique, repetitive strain disorders and repetitive motion disorders. Also understand carpal tunnel syndrome, cumulative trauma disorders, typing pain, tendonitis, tendinitis and repetitive use. RSI, RSD CTD CTS, in arms with pain or hand pain. Compassion for wrist pain using pain therapies from strain, injuries or injury from sore, wrists. Help avoid pain from typing. Learn pain-free keyboarding technique and mousing technique. These ergonomics helps cures using drug-free healing and prevention remedies. Relaxation remedy or systems for problems and tools or treatments with booklets, books for computer hazards. Avoid occupational hazards and computer-related illnesses or computer stress, computers and health and human engineering. Also known as human factors, increasing human performance. Check keyboards, office layout and office practice and performance technology. These self-help and self-improvement titles for work environment and work-related workplace improves wrist posture.
Here’s Everything You’ll Get From Our Booklet
- How to Prevent Pain and Injury
- How to Correct Vertical Elements
- How to Correct Horizontal Elements
- Laptop Positioning
- Mousing Technique
- The Truth About Armrests
- Computer Eyeglasses
- Relaxation Suggestions
- 13 Illustrations
About the Author.
Howard Richman is an educator, pianist and composer. Since 1976 he has pioneered innovative teaching strategies in the fields of music education and stress-management. He specializes in biomechanical efficiency. Mr. Richman is effective in reducing pianists’ injuries caused by misuse and is a consultant to many other piano teachers.
Pain-Free Typing Technique:
Simple Solutions to Prevent Repetitive Strain Injuries, from a Concert Pianist. 1999
Howard Richman, Author
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ISBN 1-882060-80-6, booklet
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