February 1, 2001
Having a repetitive-motion injury—such as carpal tunnel syndrome—doesn't mean the end of doing nails, but you should make adjustments in your work techniques and see a doctor before the condition gets worse.
January 1, 1999
Stop Hand Pain Before It Stops You
May 1, 1996
Avoid this painful disorder by taking just a few minutes each day to stretch and strengthen your hands, wrists, elbows, and neck.
November 16, 1994
Before we can prevent CTS, we need to understand its actual cause-anatomically speaking, that is. How do we bend our wrist and move our hand?
August 1, 1994
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can ruin your health and your career, but not if you take preventive action now.
June 1, 1993
Manufacturers have created everything from padded armrest to ergonomic chairs so that nail technicians can work more effectively and pain-free.
May 16, 1992
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome doesn’t have to mean the end of a nail career, but if you suffer from tingling, numb, or aching hands, adjust your working technique and see a doctor.
June 1, 1991
Don’t let repetitive-motion injuries keep you from doing your job.
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