Sunday, September 16, 2018

The Bellis Relative Pain Scale

Pain scales seem to focus mainly on descriptive attributes such as "excruciating" or "moderate" but I thought I'd try one based on 'actual' painful conditions that have somewhat dependable levels of pain.

  1. Paper cut
  2. Ache
  3. Bruise
  4. Sore throat
  5. Deep cut
  6. Stomach Ache
  7. Headache
  8. Ear ache
  9. Pulled muscle
  10. Sprained finger
  11. Toothache
  12. Bach ache
  13. Sprained ankle
  14. Broken rib
  15. Broken bone
  16. Surgical recovery

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Resources for the Prevention and Treatment of Computer-Related Repetitive Strain Injury

Our Old Site

We've converted our site to this simple blog page. If you want something you saw on an earlier visit, here's our old site.

Suparna's Practice

Suparna's office information can be found

Our Book

Now in its 12th printing... "It's Not Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, RSI Theory and Therapy for Computer Professionals" by Jack Bellis & Suparna Damany

Our Theory in a Nutshell... or a 5-Page Nutshell

The following figure pretty much distills our 234-page book down as far as it can go. If it makes sense, the read more, our 5-page theory... it might explain why no one else seems to solve your RSI!