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Carpal Tunnel

Working repeatedly long hours on a keyboard, or even worse, with a mouse, is a certain road to problems with your tendons and carpal tunnel. Here some simple exercises to prevent the worst. (Note: For pain or other unexplained conditions, it is important that you see a medical professional who can give you an accurate diagnosis.)

[from: Video podcasts, episode 13b, at framedrums.net]

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3 Responses to “Carpal Tunnel”

  1. Thank you so much for the tip!

    I have problems with my left hand due to so much typing, so this advice is extremely useful.

  2. Judy Jenner says:

    Thanks for sharing, good stuff. So you are not qualified to give medical advice and I still have to see a doctor? I thought you were good at everything. 🙂

    Ah, the diseases of opulence — and of course, I have it too. Now I have to find a nice tree in the backyard for one of these excercises; so much nicer than a wall!

  3. Michael says:

    I lived in the U.S. too long to feel ok without a disclaimer, I guess…

    The trees are indeed a nice touch. In the introduction of a Michelin guide to Germany I once read: “Germans are very fond of trees.” Voilà.

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