RSI and accupuncture

Danny’s got RSI. You can actually see me getting RSI in real time here. My RSI – numbness and loss of strength in my left arm and a horrible pain in my shoulder (I was pretty sure I’d had a stroke) – coincides with leaving my job and my Aeron chair and taking up residence in my ergonomically-unsound shed. The cure? Accupuncture (plus a proper keyboard for the laptop). My excellent NHS GP gives me five minutes with the needles and I feel miraculously better. But the NHS won’t fund accupuncture and the inflexibility of its command and control system forbids my doctor from charging me for it so he’s giving me this effective and extremely cheap treatment for nothing.

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  1. Hi
    i have been off work as a hairdresser for three weeks with RSI ,i do know off a good accupuncturist ,do you feel it will help ?. I am left with sore tendons on both wrists ,just below the thumb joint ,i am taking anti-inflamatories ,but do not feel this is right long term
    Thanks for your help

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