The following articles have appeared in past issues of the Self Care For RSI's Newsletter. Please click on each link to view the full article.
Sore Feet and...Shoulders?
Summary: Most people recognize the damaging effects that sore, tight, and aching shoulders can have on you during the day. But, most people don't recognize how sore and aching feet can also affect the shoulders, and the posture, especially for people who are walking or standing a lot during the day.
The Most Dangerous Time In Recovery
Summary: Most people think that when they get to the point in their recovery where they no longer feel the pain of their injury, their recovery program is complete. Learn why this is not a correct assumption and what to do to truly achieve a full and complete recovery.
The Reverse Stretch
Summary: The reverse stretch is a surprisingly effective and simple stretch that helps your body overcome the strains it is commonly exposed to.
Full Recovery Requires New Thinking
Summary: Shifts in thinking are essential to any effective program of recovery. Here's what they are.
What Makes An Effective Stretch?
Summary: Stretching, done properly, can be extremely helpful for overcoming the effects of a repetitive strain injury. Stretching, done incorrectly, can be a source of additional strain to already damaged tissues and can delay the healing process. This article describes what constitutes an effective stretch when dealing with injured or damaged tissues.
Relationship Between Fascia and Nerves
Summary: Nerves are intimately affected by the condition of the fascial sheaths that surround and protect them. Learn how this relationship works, the problems that can be created by this unique set of tissues and how the most effective relationship between fascia and nerves can be restored.
Summary: Understanding RSI's can often be confusing and challenging. Even people with the same diagnosis can experience different symptoms occurring at different places in their bodies. This article will help you understand the often peculiar nature of Repetitive Strain Injuries.
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