Self Care For RSI - Fast Recovery
for Repetitive Strain Injury
Is Repetitive Strain Injury, otherwise known as RSI, causing pain in your forearms? Tingling fingers? Weakness in your hands? Numbness in your elbows? Can’t work? Can’t live your life as you’d like?
I know you'd like to find a way to recover from your injuries and I can show you how. I've specialized in the treatment of soft tissue and repetitive strain injuries for 20 years. Thousands of people have successfully eliminated their pain, numbness and dysfunction using my techniques. By following my step-by-step instructions, you can successfully restore your hands, arms, neck and shoulders back to a more normal state.
My book, "Conquering Carpal Tunnel Syndrome" has been purchased by nearly 50,000 people worldwide since its publication in 1995, making it the most popular self-help guide for hand, arm, neck and shoulder pain on the market. Now, I've updated my information and self-help techniques and created a series of new programs that bring even faster and more effective results. You can learn all about them here.
What You'll Find On This Website
This website is devoted to helping you recover from Repetitive Strain Injury.
On this site you will find comprehensive information about the following RSI's:
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Medial Epicondylitis
• Lateral Epicondylitis
• Forearm Pain
• Ulnar Tunnel Syndrome (also called Cubital Tunnel Syndrome)
• DeQuervain’s Syndrome (thumb pain)
• Tennis Elbow
• Golfer’s Elbow
• Neck and Shoulder Pain
• Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
If you suspect you have one of these injuries, or would like to learn more about these injuries, you will find all the helpful information you need about symptoms, anatomy and self care techniques for each injury by clicking on the link for each injury on the left side of this page.
If you need specific instruction on how to recover from an RSI, you can purchase one of my Self Care Programs which will guide you step-by-step through the recovery process.
Welcome To Freedom!
Welcome to freedom! Click around this website to find out all kinds of important information that will help you discover exactly what you need to do to recover from your RSI on your own, safely and effectively. Welcome to your new life!
- Forearm Pain
- Forearm pain usually occurs deep in the muscles of the forearm. Includes anatomy, symptoms, and self care information.
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome includes numbness or tingling in the wrists, hands, and fingers. Includes anatomy, symptoms, and self care information.
- Neck and Shoulder Pain
- Neck and shoulder pain can be include pain, pressure, throbbing, or aching in the back and sides of the neck, across the shoulders and upper back. Includes anatomy, self care and symptom information.
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome involves dysfunction, pain and numbness of the entire arm and hand. Includes symptom, self care and anatomy information.
- Tendonitis, including medial and lateral epicondylitis, involves sharp pain near the elbow or wrist joints, usually seen on exertion. Includes self care, anatomy and symptom information.
- Golfers-Elbow, Medial Epicondylitis
- Golfers-Elbow, or Medial Epicondylitis, is a painful form of tendonitis of the elbow. Pain commonly occurs when the fingers are closed around an object or the wrist bent toward the back of the hand.
- Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)
- Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis) is a painful condition affecting the upper forearm at the elbow. It is common among computer users, waiters, mothers of young children.
- Ulnar Tunnel Syndrome
- Ulnar Tunnel Syndrome involves pain, numbness and tingling from the elbow down to the outer two fingers. Includes anatomy, self care and symptom information.
- deQuervains Syndrome
- DeQuervains Syndrome is an arthritis-like pain in the thumb, with pain extending through the wrist and forearm when the thumb is moved. Information on symptoms, self care and anatomy.
- Before You Begin
- Before you begin, make sure to check with your physician to make sure this is an appropriate program for your injury!
- Why Self Care?
- Self care can significantly accelerate healing by incorporating the whole person in the healing process .
- What Are RSIs?
- What are RSIs? Understanding the nature of these injuries is the key to successful recovery.
- RSI Articles
- RSI articles that have appeared in previous issues of the Self Care For RSI's Newsletter
- Sharon Butler: My Story
- Sharon Butler: Nearly twenty years experience helping injured clients recover from RSI, soft tissue injury and structural imbalance.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Frequently asked questions that are not addressed elsewhere on this site!
- Satisfied customers report amazing, fast and effective results from using Butler's Self Care Programs for Repetitive Strain Injuries
- Butler-Trained Therapists
- Therapists trained in the Butler technique for RSI treatment
- Products that I recommend or have found to be useful to people with repetitive strain injury.
- Links to organizations and resources which are helpful to those suffering from Repetitive Strain Injuries
- Contact Us!
- Contact links to email