Am I at risk for Carpel Tunnel Syndrome?

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome has become one of the most significant medical problems affecting workers at the turn of this century. The U.S. Department of Labor reports that carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive motion disorders now account for over 60 per cent of all workplace injuries. Computer operators have joined assembly line workers, meat packers, building tradesmen, cashiers and others as victims of repetitive strain injuries causing these disorders to be dubbed “the Number One occupational hazard of the 1990′.s”

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