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April 29 2007 Ergonomics Newsletter

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The Benefits of Pain - An RSI Perspective
Pain is defined as an unpleasant sensory & emotional experience associated with actual or portential tissue damage. Although often connected with negative feelings, the experience of pain has important functions. With thought and deliberation, RSI sufferers can use pain signals to improve pain.

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A great forearm stretch - Hold one arm out in front of the body with the palm down, the elbow sraight, and the shoulders relaxed. Let gravity bend your wrist down towards the floor. Now, use your other hand to increase the stretch gently. Feel the stretch over the back of the forearm? If you need a bit more stretch, gently close the fingers of the arm being stretched. Remember, stretches should never be painful!

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