Within the time of two years I tried to heal my repetitive strain injury - a hard wrist pain occurring during repetitive heavy computer mouse operations.
For all computer users having the same problem a wrote a Complete Repetitive Strain Injury Troubleshooting Guide and a long compendium of my medical history on RSI with a carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS).
I'm a computer programmer and therefore I likt it the short and easy way. For all computer uses who also like it short and clean, I created 10 simple cure pages on "healing RSI". Just click through the 10 RSI cure numbers below.
But actually, Repetitive Strain Injury cure 1 is no real cure! It would be something like "use the other hand" - this is no cure. It would help a time around half a year!. After that you’l have a repetitive strain injury on this hand. You just reschedule your problem.
As I wrote on my first and huge RSI page, I was able to heal my carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) with a repetitive strain injury.
Still, my most important suggestion ist: Change the causation, not the sympthoms!
Here's a short overview on my RSI solution number 1 to 10:
RSI solution 1: Use the other hand. Ok this would help a time around 4 month. After that you’l have a repetitive strain injury on this hand. You just reschedule your problem. Actually this is no solution.
RSI solution 2: I tried to use (or to wear) a medical handwrist splint. See it at my hand and read my conclusion. But my RSI with hard wrist pain didn’t disappear.
RSI solution 3: Then I tried to lay my injured wrist on a wrist-rest-supporting-pad. See it under my arm and read my conclusion. But my RSI with hard wrist pain didn’t disappear.
RSI and CTS Link Collection
According to my centralized Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) on carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) page, I also did some research on RSI. Here I recorded many interesting and good links belonging to Repetitive Strain Injury sickness.
Typing Injury FAQ on RSI Anyone who wants to learn more about repetitive strain injuries (RSI’s)