Where to get help

Tessler, Franklin
December 1994
Macworld;Dec1994, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p104
Focuses on computer-related disorder (CRD) sufferers' medical options. Application of preventive measures for mild forms of CRDs; Board-certified physician specializing on hand surgery or occupational medicine; Choosing ones doctor. INSET: Repetitive strain injury treatments (Robert E. Markison)..


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