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30Oct/071

My complete Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) troubleshooting guide

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.

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4Oct/070

Repetitive Strain Injury Solution 5 – doctor detected my problem in the upper back – try sitting on a funny sitting ball

#5 - with my repetitive strain injury solution number five I remembered my doctor who detected my RSI problem in the upper back (showing a cramped neck) . So I tried sitting stright up on a funny sitting ball.

repetitive strain injury solution #5 - doctor who detected my RSI problem in the upper back (showing a cramped neck) . Try a funny sitting ball

The idea behind this was to sit up very straight, but actually this ball wasn't my thing. It's good for a couple of mintues. After that I don't feel comfortable anymore.

Last but not least, I don't think this ball could help me solving my repetitive strain injury.

Now I thougt fighting my Repetitive Strain Injury with another chair or desk solution: I build a high standing desk on my own as my Repetitive Strain Injury Solution #6.

Also read my complete repetitive strain injury medical history compendium and my solution abstract.

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3Oct/071

Repetitive Strain Injury Solution 6: cheap high standing-desk to avoid wrist and neck crampness

RSI #6: Really, this is truly a kind of solution for my repetitive strain injury (RSI) sickness.
Ok, it's looking funny - but it's cheap and it's working at all!

repetitive strain injury (RSI) sickness solution nr. 6: cheap high standing-desk to avoid wrist and neck crampness

Maybe it's more a handy-craft than a professional work - but anyway - who else has as 4-cpu and 4GB working desk?

And YES! It is helping to my Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) . Beleave it or not. When spending some money, first think about an electric movable desk (high-low).

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