His condition was managed in a bio-psycho-social model. I like how the patient takes us through different stages of treatment/thinking and how he explains the neurophysiology of pain in relation to his symptoms and recovery.
This is a great example of modern manual therapy in a bio-psycho-social model – from a patients' view. Enjoy!
For over three years I lived with a condition in my wrists that made it a dreadful, painful experience to use the computer and many other things in my daily life. Seemingly random pain patterns would be observed, for example I could use a button cell phone with no problems at all, but touch phones (or smart phones) became painful after mere minutes of use. I could lift a heavy crate easily, but I couldn’t lift a glass from the table without getting pain. Most commonly referred to as carpal tunnel, or repetitive strain injury (RSI), this was my everyday life.
Today I am sitting here writing this article, and yesterday I spent a good 13 hours at the computer, and neither has given me any symptoms to speak of. How did I get here? Well, this is my story.
How I beat RSI | Kristian Amlie’s home page
Posted on March 30, 2013 by Kristian Amlie. Introduction. For over three years I lived with a condition in my wrists that made it a dreadful, painful experience to use the computer and many other thin…