Finding a computer-savvy doctor

Sellers, Don
June 1996
Macworld;Jun96, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p165
Part I. Provides pointers in treating repetitive strain injuries (RSI) due to computer use. Tips in searching for RSI physicians; Ways to contact RSI support groups; Alternative treatment of computer-related injuries. INSETS: RSI-savvy Web sites.;Bugs and turkeys.;Streetwise shopper..


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