'Natural Secrets for Getting Rid of Carpal Tunnel' Lunchtime Class Being Held For Galleria Area Office Workers

Apr 19, 2001, 01:00 ET from Phi Publishing

    HOUSTON, April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Galleria Area office workers are now
 able to attend a lunchtime class that explains the truth about what Carpal
 Tunnel Syndrome is, its real causes, and non-surgical or medication oriented
 solutions to the problem.  The seminars are 30 minutes long, and held during
 lunchtime, so that people can make it to the class during lunch, and be back
 to the office in time.
     Dr. Richard Bellamy, the founder of Phi Publishing, the sponsor of the
 classes, who is the leading authority and expert on Carpal Tunnel and its
 related conditions said, "Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and other painful disorders
 of the arms, wrists and hands literally destroy the quality of life for
 victims.  In today's workplace, the incessant use of computers has caused an
 epidemic of office workers coming down with excruciatingly painful conditions
 that won't go away by themselves, or necessarily be helped by drugs or
 surgery.  Another huge problem is that many sufferers using traditional health
 care methods are misdiagnosed, and as a result, take treatments for the wrong
 condition.  Fortunately, modern science has developed highly advanced, proven
 diagnostic methods that accurately uncover the real condition and its cause,
 as well as provide welcome relief in short order without dangerous drugs or
 surgery."
     The half hour Carpal Tunnel classes are held at Dr. Bellamy's educational
 center in the Carpal Tunnel Clinic.  They provide a free sandwich, and a
 guarantee to have people out so they get back to work on time.  Attendees
 learn:  1. How to tell what their condition might be, and how to distinguish
 different conditions that have similar symptoms but different causes and
 treatments, 2. How to arrange their work space to be more body friendly,
 3. Simple exercises that can be done at work to offset the strain on the body
 caused by typing on a keyboard, and 4. What treatment options are, and which
 ones might benefit you or be too dangerous to use.
 
 

SOURCE Phi Publishing
    HOUSTON, April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Galleria Area office workers are now
 able to attend a lunchtime class that explains the truth about what Carpal
 Tunnel Syndrome is, its real causes, and non-surgical or medication oriented
 solutions to the problem.  The seminars are 30 minutes long, and held during
 lunchtime, so that people can make it to the class during lunch, and be back
 to the office in time.
     Dr. Richard Bellamy, the founder of Phi Publishing, the sponsor of the
 classes, who is the leading authority and expert on Carpal Tunnel and its
 related conditions said, "Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and other painful disorders
 of the arms, wrists and hands literally destroy the quality of life for
 victims.  In today's workplace, the incessant use of computers has caused an
 epidemic of office workers coming down with excruciatingly painful conditions
 that won't go away by themselves, or necessarily be helped by drugs or
 surgery.  Another huge problem is that many sufferers using traditional health
 care methods are misdiagnosed, and as a result, take treatments for the wrong
 condition.  Fortunately, modern science has developed highly advanced, proven
 diagnostic methods that accurately uncover the real condition and its cause,
 as well as provide welcome relief in short order without dangerous drugs or
 surgery."
     The half hour Carpal Tunnel classes are held at Dr. Bellamy's educational
 center in the Carpal Tunnel Clinic.  They provide a free sandwich, and a
 guarantee to have people out so they get back to work on time.  Attendees
 learn:  1. How to tell what their condition might be, and how to distinguish
 different conditions that have similar symptoms but different causes and
 treatments, 2. How to arrange their work space to be more body friendly,
 3. Simple exercises that can be done at work to offset the strain on the body
 caused by typing on a keyboard, and 4. What treatment options are, and which
 ones might benefit you or be too dangerous to use.
 
 SOURCE  Phi Publishing