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Computer Athlete’s Handbook Released!

Posted: September 6th, 2008 at 3:15 pm

The Computer Athlete’s Handbook is now available from Amazon or through the CreateSpace store

The purpose of the book is to explain the vision of a Computer Athlete and how you can become one. It is a motivational book that shows you how you CAN eliminate the pain you feel everyday through changing your habits and work environment.

For many of us, our habits and work environment are in our control. We determine what and when we eat, what we drink, what keyboard layout we use, etc. The book asks you to take personal responsibility for your healthcare outcome. We know that no matter how much a physician is incented or wants you to be healthy and pain-free, if you use your computer improperly, you will continue to have pain.

In fact, one Chiropractor I know says that around 75% of his patients come in for issues caused by their work at a computer. In addition, they continue to come in for treatments with little progress because they don’t fix the root cause. Sometimes, he even recommends that they take a look at their workstation setup or ergonomics. 

This book is for people who are:

  1. in pain today from carpal tunnel, trigger finger, thoracic outlet syndrome, or back pain
  2. have friends, family, or co-workers that are in pain
  3. people who want to get an extra edge
  4. people who use a computer for work or spend more than 10 hours a week on the computer
  5. looking to avoid developing computer-related injury

The ideas and techniques in this book have helped people in many different professions : students, writers, investment bankers, computer programmers, and others. 

There is nothing to lose and so much to gain. Get yourself a copy!

One Response to “Computer Athlete’s Handbook Released!”:

  1. Dr James Stoxen DC, on March 5th, 2009 at 11:22 pm

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