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Arthritis, Assistive Technology, Repetitive Stress Injury,
Hand Health & Dystonia, Ergonomics


Arthritis Insight Everything you ever wanted to know

The Arthritis Foundation

Arthritis About.Com


Georgia Tech's Center for Rehabilitation Technology
-- information on assistive technology devices, services and other disability-related resources for people with disabilities and the general public.

Abledata Information on Assistive Technology sponsored by the National Institute on Disability & Rehabilitation Research, (NIDRR) U.S. Department of Education


Chiroporactors Guide to RSI's
A variety of references to cover many rsi conditions

Harvard Repetitive Stress Injury Action

The Typing Injury FAQ Page


Writer's Cramp- Dystonia Foundation

Writer's Cramp- Dystonia CLINICAL STUDY - Alternate Pen Grip
This grip technique may be of great value for those with a Focal Dystonia.
What it says: In extreme cases of cramping, place the writing instrument between the first and second fingers. The normal pressure of the finger sides will hold it in place. Writing in this way can help avoid triggering the cramping. The EzGrip design makes it even more comfortable and controllable to write in this way.

American Occupational Therapy Association

American Society of Hand Therapists

American Physical Therapy Association

Intelihealth Disease and Conditions Guide A-Z

Centers For Disease Control Search        

Learn to Write With Your Non-Dominant Hand in Six Weeks

A unique workbook designed for adult populations who sustain injuries to their dominant hands that permanently impair dexterity functions. Learning to write again is an accomplishment that leads to improved self-esteem, increased opportunities for hobbies and work occupations. 


OSHA Workplace Ergonomics