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Old 08-26-2014, 02:33 PM   #11
taroki
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IMO, better to fix up the RSI before continuing to work. I made the mistake many years ago ... didn't stop working even with RSI. This caused my back injury, and things went downhill for the past 10 years. Tried going back to work a few years ago ... this lead to another RSI this time in my arms.

It wasn't till recently that I found out I had Lyme, methylation issues, atlas subluxation, etc. So I would heal up and recover before working again. Sure wish I had done so years ago.
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