RSI Books

There are a large number of books available to those seeking to learn more about Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) and related conditions. The following are the most popular books on the subject, or click through to one of the detail pages to find even more publications.

  • The Repetitive Strain Injury Recovery Book
    Because its initial symptoms are innocuous, "repetitive strain injury [RSI] starts with a whisper and ends with a scream." Quilter, a health writer with her own website on RSI, focuses here on self-care and successfully living with RSI by taking a holistic approach, advocating relaxation and overall fitness. She offers tips for saving one's hands during daily tasks, improving one's sex life, and going back to work, along with the usual recommendations on ergonomics. By Deborah Quilter.
    Price: $18.95Buy Now
  • Repetitive Strain Injuries
    Repetitive Strain Injuries is about as user-friendly and complete a book as one can imagine. For example, early in the book, Jameson includes anatomical charts pinpointing areas of pain or abnormal sensations, and shows which chapters to turn to for information about them. Also helpful is the menu of alternative treatments, from chiropractic care to lesser-known movement techniques such as Feldenkrais, and biofeedback and guided imagery. By Timothy Jameson.
    Price: $19.99Buy Now
  • Conquering Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Other Repetitive Strain Injuries
    This book is arranged to let you pick and choose the correct stretches to suit your needs. However you developed your repetitive strain injury and whatever your upper-body symptoms (or if you're smart and you'd like to prevent such problems), there are multiple stretches in Conquering Carpal Tunnel Syndrome to suit your needs. The book is arranged to help users develop a personalized stretching program with more than 40 stretches for the upper body, forearms, wrists, fingers, and thumbs to choose from. Butler thoroughly explains the importance of stretching and the correct (and incorrect) way to do it, and the exercises are lucidly illustrated. By Sharon Butler.
    Price: $13.14 Save $8.81!Buy Now
  • Pain Free at Your PC
    The author of 'Pain Free' returns to address the subject of pain caused by computer work. His philosophy is that carpal tunnel surgery, ergonomic chairs, and pain-killing medicines are poor choices for the treatment of this pain and that only the realignment of the body and correction of muscle weakness can fix computer-related stiff necks, headaches, and carpal tunnel syndrome. In plans for low, moderate, and heavy users of computers, Egoscue offers well-illustrated stretches and strengthening exercises. By Pete Egoscue.
    Price: $11.30 Save $4.70!Buy Now
  • The Computer Athlete's Handbook
    By learning the principles of a computer athlete, you can reach a state of pain-free computing and a better way to live and work.The Computer Athlete's Handbook teaches you these principles through the story of a real-life computer athlete so that you too can reach your potential. The author's expressed purpose is to share this incredibly important approach for the benefit, increased productivity, and happiness of all those who use a computer. By Brian Bentow.
    Price: $19.95Buy Now
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