Flash Technology Prevents Pain From Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

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The most common RSI complaint among computer users is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, or wrist pain, arm pain and stiff fingers. Many of the existing approaches to treatment and prevention of this problem have less than satisfactory results for many people. To help fight this prevalent problem, CarpalTunnelInformation.com has extensive information about the causes, symptoms and treatments of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. It also offers a series of free exercises which can be done during a short break at the user's computer. A Flash animated "personal trainer" guides users through a series of 6 transformational movement lessons which have been remarkably effective at reducing or eliminating wrist pain.

The 5-7 minutes desk exercises are an application of The Anat Baniel Method(SM)(ABM), which utilizes the brain's remarkable capacity to form new neural associative pathways to replace those that contribute to pain and limitation. Entertaining Flash animations and multimedia explanations during the exercises allow users to be aware of the changes that occur between the beginning and end of each exercise and the reduction in pain or strain.

"By doing the exercises at http://www.CarpalTunnelInformation.com people can reverse many of the common symptoms of RSI," states Anat Baniel, M.A., the developer of the exercise system and former apprentice of well known movement expert Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais. "By providing people the access to easy, fluid, and well coordinated movements through this site, they will immediately begin to achieve greater flexibility and strength; pain and strain will subside; they will be able to work longer hours with less fatigue, their health will improve and they will have greater physical comfort; more alertness, improved thinking - and a higher quality of life."

CarpalTunnelInformation.com is sponsored by Desk-trainer.com, a subscription site that offers desk exercise programs to relieve many kinds of Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) such as back pain, neck and shoulder pain, headaches, and Computer Vision Syndrome. Desk-Trainer(SM) also offers ergonomic advice for workstations, programmable training alerts and presents each subscriber with Personal Statistics for user awareness necessary in reversing and preventing RSI. A corporate version of the program with a software envelope that manages licenses and enables statistics is also available for those companies concerned about reducing lost time due to carpal tunnel syndrome and other RSI-related conditions.

About Desk-Trainer(SM) Ltd
Desk-Trainer(SM) Ltd., incorporated in December 2004, is a software content company that develops, produces, protects and commercializes five minute therapeutic exercise programs for pain reduction and injury prevention of Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI).

The company is led by brain and movement specialist Anat Baniel, ergonomic specialists, Occupational Medicine specialists and experts in human interfaces.

Desk-Trainer(SM) Ltd. is currently focused on bringing awareness of its exercise pain solutions to US Corporate Employers and Employee Wellness Departments, insurance companies and Cellular content providers. http://www.desk-trainer.com

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