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.
Here you might find some good books and products on Amazon! helping heal your Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) or a carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), usually appearing on heavy computer mouse/keyboard operations.
Repetitive strain injury (rsi) solution number 4: After my unsuccessful try #3 I exchanged my usual mouse against a trackball-mouse.
Actually a trackball is an inverted mouse. So there you move the "mouse-ball" directly and the "mouse-body" stands still.
This is a good solution - it's a complte other way to operate your mouse cursor. But imaging - after a couple of weeks - you're still operating the same way all day long. You just re-schedule your RSI problem. Think about it.
At the end I had to say this can not heal a Repetitive Strain Injury for a very long time. Then I remembered my doctor who detected my problem in the upper back. So I tried sitting stright up on a funny sitting ball. So this was my Repetitive Strain Injury solution #5.