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Re: Repetitive Strain Injury

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Fran Marze (
Tue, 23 Mar 1999 19:23:21 -0500 (EST)

Do you have permanent damage to your hands? I had both hands operated on
for carpal tunnel a few years ago-in my fifties. The first hand was
operated on my first year returning to the teaching of art. How
wonderful..My other one was so numb that I had trouble drawing, could not
master the mat cutter,e tc. then I had a trigger finger Idon't ask on this
one, just kidding;) it's an aftermath of the carpal tunnel. Then last week
I fell and am back to the one arm tricks.

I'm doing fine if my feet weren't so clumsy. I had a neurosurgeon operate
on the carpal tunnel but needed the orthopedic for trigger finger.


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