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Subject:Re: carpal tunnel From:Win Day <winday -at- IDIRECT -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 21 Feb 1997 12:07:56 -0500
At 08:42 AM 2/21/97 MST, Bill Burns <BillDB -at- TC -dot- ILE -dot- COM> wrote:
>I haven't had any problems with CTS, but when I was a nightclub performer I
>had some pretty mean bouts with tendonitis. When I started studying
>guitar, my professors made a point of stressing proper hand positions so the
>stress would be minimized.
I have had problems with my wrists and hands on and off for years. I
started taking fiddle lessons last fall, and haven't suffered nearly as much
Proper hand position, and frequent changes in hand position, are essential.
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