by Jonathan Galland
Where are your hands right now?
Chances are they are on, or very near, a keyboard.
Or mouse, or touch-screen.
Which means that a book called “Hands on a Keyboard: A Guide for Musicians and Computer Users” is talking about you. About me. About all of us and how we live now.
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by Dr. Leo Galland
Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when the main nerve to the hand (the median nerve), is damaged as it passes over the inside of the wrist, travelling through a path of fibers called the carpal tunnel. Symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome include pain, tingling, numbness and weakness of either hand, involving the thumb, forefinger and middle finger. Continue reading »