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Posted by Liane
on October 06, 2000 at 19:14:40:
In Reply to: Re: Signs... posted by Tom on October 06, 2000 at 14:58:58:
Part of my hand problem is due to the 6th vertabra being out of position from a school gym mishap 30 years ago. Seems you should never land on your head. Chiro cracks it back in once in a while and my hands are a little better for a while. Hunching over a terminal can put your back out of alignment, so get that checked, then change your posture. Body should be straight up, not forward or leaning back, keeping your back straight. Terminal height should be so that you don't have to tilt your head to look down at it. Midscreen should be eye level, and so should your work. If your back checks out, get an ergonomic keyboard and mouse pad, and relax your hands once in a while. Resting position for your hands is naturally a loose fist with thumbs on top. Do the excersizes and protect your hands from cold weather. Also, sports creme is keeping our order entry department operating.
: Also does Chiropractic stuff work, since the nerves are continous through the body and such.. to get work done on my neck and that?
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