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Paperback Why Does Working @ My Computer Hurt So Much?: A Comprehensive Guide to Help You Prevent and Treat Computer Induced Repetitive Stress Injuries Book

ISBN: 0966409000

ISBN13: 9780966409000

Why Does Working @ My Computer Hurt So Much?: A Comprehensive Guide to Help You Prevent and Treat Computer Induced Repetitive Stress Injuries

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Best book I've found on repetitive stress injuries.

"Why does working @ my computer hurt so much" is the best book I've found on preventing repetitive stress injuries. It filled with practical information for anyone who spends long hours in front of a computer (secretaries, programmers, writers, college students). The authors, both physical therapists, provide guidelines for arranging your workstation and how to sit there once it's arranged. The best part is an extensive list of exercises for your back,neck,jaw,thumbs,wrists,elbows, and shoulders designed specifically to prevent repetitive stress injuries. In addition, each exercise is illustrated so you never have to wonder if your doing the exercises correctly.Once again, a great book!

If you spend days working at a computer - read ErgAerobics.

ErgAerobics is a comprehensive guide to help computer users avoid "Computer Induced Repetitive Stress Injuries." In an easily understandable, entertaining, and concise manner ErgAerobics provides basic human anatomy information that anyone can understand as well as facts about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Lower Back Pain, Neck Pain, TMJ Disorder, Tennis Elbow, Shoulder Impingement Syndrome, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, and DeQuervain's Disease. ErgAerobics offers tips on how to prevent and treat computer induced repetitive stress injuries, how to properly arrange a workstation, behavior modification techniques to help the reader interact with a computer in a safer, more cooperative manner. ErgAerobics is enhanced with simple, inconspicuous, effective exercises to help with the prevention and treatment of computer induced repetitive stress injuries including why, when, and how to exercise. If you spend days working at a computer - read ErgAerobics.


Wonderfully done. This book does a fabulous job of providing simple solutions to complex problems. The illustrations are extremely helpful in demonstrating the exercises that can prevent repetitive stress injuries. Mr. Bonomo and Mr. Seidler did an outstanding job of explaining the causes of repetitive stress injuries and how to decrease the incidence of these injuries in the work place.. This book is a great addition to anyone's library who either works with a computer or treats patient's with repetitive stress injuries.

This book is extremely helpful.

I thought the book was great. I sit at a computer all day and I suffer from TMJ and the exercises in the book really helped me to feel better. Not only an ergonomic helper but a stress reliever too!

If you work on your computer a lot, you need this book!

Nowadays a lot of computer users worry about ruining their eyes. What's more dangerous is doing serious damage to muscles and joints-- damage that can last a lifetime.This important new book from physical therapists Perry Bonomo and Daniel Seidler will help show you how to have a healthy work station and give you valuable, easy exercises to avoid these annoying injuries, as well as developing good work habits.Every employer on earth would do a great service to their workers if they gave them ErgAerobics. I've already suggested the idea to my Human Resources department!
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